More than two-thirds of likely voters believe President Trump should stop tweeting from his personal account, according to a new Quinnipiac University poll published Thursday.

About 69 percent of voters disapprove of Trump's continued use of Twitter, while 26 percent said he should have a presence on the social media platform.

Republican voters were more divided than their Democratic counterparts over the president's tweeting habits. In comparison, an overwhelming 87 percent of Democrats thought very little of Trump's personal Twitter account.

Disapproval over the president's predilection for Twitter has trended upward since a similar Quinnipiac survey conducted on Nov. 14. Peak disapproval of 70 percent was recorded in an Oct. 11 questionnaire.

In contrast, the highest level of approval of 33 percent was found in May 10 and Nov. 14 polls.

Quinnipiac researchers surveyed 1,106 voters nationwide from Jan. 5 to 9 using a combination of landlines and cell phones. The poll has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.6 percentage points.