The results of an international poll show that a majority of people around the world would not vote for Donald Trump in an election.
The poll, which was conducted among 14325 people from various regions around the globe, found that an average of 39.7% would vote 'Yes' for Trump, and 60.3% would vote 'No'.
African respondents comprised the highest percentage of those surveyed, with 2105 participants who said 'No' to Trump by a ratio of 59.6% to 40.4%. South Americans were second with 1724 respondents, of whom 59.3% voted 'No' and 40.7% voted 'Yes'. North Americans made up 2447 of those surveyed, with 60.6% voting 'No' and 39.4% voting 'Yes'. Europeans accounted for 2897 participants, and 61.7% of them said 'No', while 38.3% said 'Yes'. Asians were the fifth-highest region represented, with 4155 people surveyed and 39.6% voting 'Yes', 59.4% voting 'No'. Oceanians constituted the smallest percentage with 997, of whom 63.4% voted 'No' and 36.6% voted 'Yes'.
The poll results, which were initially released on [date] and are subject to a margin of error of [specified], indicate that a majority of people around the world would not vote for Donald Trump in an election.