Just one in four Americans believe President Donald Trump will "definitely" finish his term in office, a new poll by USA Today and iMediaEthics released on Monday (24 July) found.

The poll, which was conducted between 17 and 19 July, found that a majority of Americans are not fully confident the president will complete his first term. According to the findings, 27% believe that he "definitely will complete" four years in office, while another 30% only think he "probably will".

Another 23% of Americans believe Trump "probably won't" finish his term and 13% believe he "definitely won't" complete it, The Hill reported. Seven per cent of respondents said they were unsure.

According to The Hill, one in 10 Republicans believe that the president will serve a full four years.

The poll also revealed that 51% of those polled are dissatisfied with the way Trump is doing his job. Only 44% approve of Trump's work. Americans are also split on whether they believe Trump should be impeached, with both sides coming in at 42%.

Unsurprisingly, the poll found that 70% of Democrats think Trump—a Republican—should be impeached. Only 36% of independents and 15% of Republicans agree.

Representative Brad Sherman (D-Calif) formally introduce an article to impeach Trump despite objections of Democratic leaders. The article, which has little support among Democrats, has little chance of moving forward in the Republican-controlled Congress, Sherman admitted.

According to The Hill, a number of Democrats have also called for Trump's impeachment during the first six months of his term, but congressional leaders have labeled such talk as premature.