The Salt Lake City-based firm, however, found that more than quarter of Utahns polled saying they don’t know who they want or could change their minds before Election Day Tuesday, Monson said.

Also, the poll takes into account the choices of millenials who have shown less support for Trump.

“There’s still a tremendous amount of potential for this to change,” the BYU political science professor said of the poll results, first reported by the Deseret News. “That’s a lot of people, with just a few days to go.”

Monson said a call in Utah last week by Trump’s running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, for Republicans to “come home” to their party’s presidential nominee isn’t working that well.