A recent global poll has revealed a close split among nations on their opinion of President Donald Trump. With 92 people taking part in the poll, 55.4 percent voted in favor of keeping Trump in office while 44.6 percent voted against him.
The results came largely from Europe, with 62 people taking part. 54.8 percent of Europeans voted to keep Trump in office, while 45.2 percent opted against him.
In North America, a smaller poll of six participants saw a split decision, with 50 percent voting to keep Trump and 50 percent voting against.
Voting among African, South American and Oceanian nations showed a more decisive rejection of Trump. Of the three combined, 100 percent of African voters, 66.7 percent of South American voters, and 66.7 percent of Oceanian voters voted against keeping Trump in office.
Meanwhile, voting from Asia wasn't included in the poll results due to a lack of participation.
The overall result shows that the debate is far from settled, with opinion divided among the people surveyed. It is yet to be seen how this will impact the upcoming US presidential elections.