Poll: Voter disdain for Trump growing
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More voters are beginning to view Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpNew Biden campaign ad jabs at Trump's reported 0 income tax payments Ocasio-Cortez: Trump contributed less in taxes 'than waitresses and undocumented immigrants' Third judge orders Postal Service to halt delivery cuts MORE negatively. Seven in 10 people — including nearly half of Republican voters — have an unfavorable view of the GOP front-runner, according to a new Associated Press/GfK poll. 

The numbers come after a particularly bad few weeks for the presidential candidate that included controversial comments on abortion and his campaign manager facing a battery charge. 

The 70 percent unfavorable rating compares to a January survey conducted by Gallup that showed 6 in 10 voters viewed the tycoon unfavorably. 

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Those feelings stretched across most demographics and political leanings, the AP poll finds. 

A majority of men and women, young and old voters, and conservatives, moderates and liberals all share a negative view of the tycoon. 

The majority of whites, Hispanics and blacks also share those views, the poll shows. 

In Southern states where Trump has won many GOP primaries, including a blowout in Florida where he beat home-state Sen. Marco RubioMarco Antonio RubioGOP online donor platform offering supporters 'Notorious A.C.B.' shirts Sunday shows preview: Lawmakers prepare for SCOTUS confirmation hearings before election GOP lawmakers distance themselves from Trump comments on transfer of power MORE, close to 70 percent view him unfavorably. 

Among whites without a college education, a demographic Trump tends to do well with, 55 percent have a negative opinion. 

Americans don't have much of a taste for Trump's rivals, either. Ted CruzRafael (Ted) Edward CruzSenate GOP set to vote on Trump's Supreme Court pick before election Supreme Court fight pushes Senate toward brink Crenshaw looms large as Democrats look to flip Texas House seat MORE is viewed unfavorably by 59 percent, while 55 percent view Democratic front-runner Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonAppeals court pauses 6-day extension for counting Wisconsin absentee ballots Trump, Pentagon collide over anti-diversity training push Sunday Shows: Trump's court pick dominates MORE unfavorably. 

The poll of 1,076 adults was conducted online from March 31 to April 4 with a margin of error of 3.3 percent.