The Harvard CAPS/Harris poll of 2,531 registered voters at the end of August found that 57 percent would blame Trump more than the Federal Reserve or anyone else should America enter recession by the end of the year.

Moreover, 62 percent said they were somewhat or very concerned that there will be a recession in the next six months amid the China trade war, a global economic slowdown, and the waning impact of federal stimulus from early on in the Trump administration.

Trump has accused the Federal Reserve of misjudging the economy and believes it should cut interest rates further to support growth and the stock markets in attacks on the central bank’s independence that have concerned some investors.