One-third of voters are less likely to vote for Donald Trump following his criticisms of the family of a slain Muslim American soldier, according to a new poll released Wednesday.

The Morning Consult Poll found that 34 percent of voters are less likely to vote for Trump after he ripped Khizr Khan, who delivered a powerful rebuke of the Republican presidential nominee last week at the Democratic National Convention.

Trump questioned why Khan's wife did not speak at the convention, suggesting it had something to do with her being a Muslim. He also claimed he made sacrifices in his business career and said Khan had no right to criticize him.

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