Almost 80 percent of those polled said they strongly disagree with President Donald Trump's decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program - or DACA. In 2010, respected public opinion polling analyst Nate Silver ranked the Quinnipiac University poll as most accurate among major polls conducting surveys in two states or more.
Men are divided 49-49 percent on the fitness question.
Getting into specific issues, Trump had a 62 percent disapproval rating on race relations, 60 percent on health care, 59 percent on immigration and the environment and 57 percent on foreign policy.
The anti-Twitter sentiment remains high as voters say 69 - 26 percent that Trump should stop tweeting.
Trump appealed to black voters at this speech in MI by saying "What the hell do you have to lose?"
The nation is more divided over kneeling protests this year: 55 percent of voters see kneeling during the national anthem as inappropriate.
African-American voters tend to back Democrats and Hillary Clinton won 88 percent of the black vote in the November 2016 election while Trump picked up just eight percent, according to exit polls.
A wide majority of Republicans surveyed, 84 percent, said that Trump is fit for office. It isn't just that most Americans don't approve of the job he's doing, a solid majority says he isn't even fit to be president and a slim majority even says they're embarrassed about it. By a 78-18 percent margin, Americans disapprove of the job the Republicans in Congress are doing, even worse than their 70-25 percent disapproval in a June poll.
Ninety-four percent of the black voters in a Quinnipiac University poll published Wednesday said they believed Trump is not fit to serve as president.
67% say he isn't level-headed.
The July 27 New York City poll found more voters blame Cuomo for poor subways; Cuomo-de Blasio feud hurts city, voters say. They get a disapproval margin of 63-29.
Forty-nine per cent of voters in the poll were in favor of the Democrats winning control of the Senate in 2018.
In dealing with immigrants who want to move to the US, 56 percent said the government's top priority should be reforming current immigration laws to better reflect the country's needs.
The poll was conducted from September 21 to 26 by phone in which 1,412 voters nationwide participated.