The Kiwi verdict on the American election is in, with a poll showing just 9 percent of New Zealanders would vote for Donald Trump.
The latest Newshub-Reid Research poll shows 76 percent of New Zealanders would vote for Hillary Clinton as President of the United States if they were able to.
Donald Trump's support of 9 percent was out-numbered by the remaining 15 percent who didn't know who they'd back or didn't care.
The poll was conducted during the recent Republican and Democratic Conventions.
It shows Trump has very little support from the major parties: National, Labour and the Greens.
However, Trump's popularity spikes when it comes to New Zealand First voters - 23 percent of them said they would vote for him.
Trump has some similarities to NZ First leader Winston Peters - for instance, they are both anti-immigration.
The poll of 1000 people was taken between July 22 and August 3 and has a margin of error of 3.1 percent.
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