Sixty-four percent of Wisconsin adults say they’re embarrassed by President Donald Trump’s actions and the same percentage has little or no confidence that Trump can lead the nation in times of global tensions. That’s according to an N-B-C News/Marist poll in Rust Belt states that helped the Republican Trump get elected last November — Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania. Seventy-seven percent of Wisconsinites who voted for Trump still approve of his job performance and four of every five Tea Party Republicans in the Badger State are still with him. But only 33-percent of Wisconsinites in the N-B-C News/Marist poll approve of the job Trump is doing, and his approval rating is also 33-percent in Pennsylvania and 36-percent in Michigan. The poll surveyed 910 Wisconsin adults August 13th through 17th with an error margin of three-point-two-percent.