More than 90 percent of African-American voters nationwide would pick Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump, according to a NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll released late Thursday.

The Democratic nominee received 91 percent of support while the Republican only mustered 1 percent in the July 31-Aug. 3 survey.

While the billionaire businessman has not fared well with blacks, he posted better numbers than the former secretary of state when it comes to whites, senior citizens and independent voters.

The 1 percent support rate for Trump comes one day after a Florida Atlantic University poll found Clinton had a 48-point lead among national voters over her rival.

Trump remains adamant that he can win over African-Americans and Hispanics despite his shrinking poll numbers.

The telephone survey was conducted with 800 registered voters and had a 3.5 margin of error, though it is likely greater among subgroups.