Despite insisting that he'll gain 95 precent support from African-American voters by 2020, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump remains deeply unpopular among voters of color -- polling lower than even bed bugs and the bubonic plague.
According to a new national poll from Public Policy Polling, Trump now has a ninety-seven percent unfavorable rating with African-American voters nationally. The businessman turned Birther-in-Chief turned White House aspirant holds a zero percent favorable rating among black voters, while three percent aren't sure.
"I don't know if it's possible for Donald Trump to actually poll lower than a scratch mark with a demographic in this country, but we may be about to find out," MSNBC host Rachel Maddow said on her show Monday evening, announcing the results of the just released poll.
Maddow noted some of the "demographic groups you did not know could exist in nature" found in the PPP poll, like the 2 percent of black voters who agree that Trump "cares about African-Americans and Latinos," and the 4 percent of Trump's own supporters who agree he "cannot be trusted with nuclear weapons."
"Every year you have a new demographic," she said. "Sometimes it's soccer moms, this year it's the apocalyptically suicidal."
The liberal-leaning firm also asked African-American voters to compare their preference for a Trump presidency to a list of awful things such as bedbugs, junk mail, carnies, bubonic plague and middle airplane seats.
"I can now report, this year's Republican presidential nominee is less popular than middle seats on airplanes," Maddow announced.
Watch the clip below, via MSNBC: