Half of American voters say they would feel "embarrassed" to have current Republican frontrunner Donald Trump as the country's next president, a new Quinnipiac poll found, NBC News reported.
According to the survey, 28 percent of Republicans support Trump to be the party's nominee. Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas came in second with 24 percent support, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio got 12 percent, and Dr. Ben Carson gets 10 percent support.
Asked whether they would be proud or embarrassed if Trump is elected, fully 50 percent of all registered voters suggested that they would feel ashamed, including 20 percent of Republicans, 47 percent of independents and 82 percent of Democrats.
Just 23 percent of voters said that they would feel proud if Trump lead the country.