Most Americans (55%) strongly oppose changing the US Constitution to allow two-term presidents to run for a third presidential term. But Republicans (30%) are twice as likely as Democrats (14%) to be open to the change.

A series of polls by YouGov of more than 8,000 Americans found that a majority of Democrats (66%) and Independents (59%) would strongly oppose allowing presidents to run for a third-term, while fewer than half of Republicans (45%) express the same level of opposition. About one in five (19%) Americans would be strongly or somewhat in favor of the change.