The poll was conducted starting Sunday, the day after a counter-protester was killed by a Nazi sympathizer in Charlottesville, Virginia, through Thursday, two days after Trump gave a widely-criticized press conference in the lobby of Trump Tower. According to NBC News, "the polls show that 48 percent of MI voters prefer a Democratic-controlled Congress, versus 35 percent who prefer a Republican controlled one".
If Trump and Republicans want to maintain their control of the government, they'll need to find common - and decent - ground to make good on the promises they've been making for years, especially their vow to repeal and replace Obamacare.
In addition, in each of three states, more than 60 percent of respondents said they are "embarrassed" by Trump, while less than 30 percent said they are "proud" of him.
The poll also showed 32 percent of Wisconsin residents with a favorable view of Republicans and 56 percent with an unfavorable view. Similarly, 35 percent of voters in Pennsylvania have a favorable opinion of Trump compared to 54 percent who have an unfavorable opinion of him.
Trump performs better among these states' voters when asked about the economy.
However, six in 10 voters in all three states said they believed the USA role in the world has been diminished under the leadership of President Trump.
But in the latest NBC News/Marist poll, voters in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania do not seem to be giving Trump much credit. And in Wisconsin, it's dead even at 41 percent each.
In Pennsylvania the number was 63 percent.
Ahead of next year's midterm elections, the polls show that 48 percent of MI voters prefer a Democratic-controlled Congress, versus 35 percent who prefer a Republican-controlled one.
Amid a tumultuous week across America, President Donald Trump saw low approval ratings in three key swing states that helped catapult him to victory last November.
When it comes to the economy, the poll found that Michiganders think the economy is doing better under Trump from a 42-to-39 percent margin.
In Pennsylvania, Democrats lead preferences by 10 points on congressional preference, 47% to 37%.