Despite being unpopular in Utah, Donald Trump is still beating Hillary Clinton, according to a new poll.

When the Republican nominee is up against just Clinton, he leads by 20 points among likely Utah voters in a new Public Policy Polling survey, 53 percent to 33 percent.

With other candidates thrown in, he leads by 15 points, 39 percent to 24 percent. In that race, Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson has 12 percent, Independent Evan McMullin gets 9 percent, Constitution Party candidate Darrell Castle has 2 percent and Green Party candidate Jill Stein wins 1 percent.

Utah voters heavily dislike the two major party candidates, as many other state polls have found.

Just 31 percent have a favorable view of Trump, compared to 61 percent who view him unfavorably. Despite the low numbers, Clinton's favorability rating is 23 percent good to 72 percent bad.

Trump garnered only 14 percent of the vote in Utah's March GOP primary. Bernie Sanders won in Utah over Clinton with nearly 80 percent of the vote.

The PPP telephone survey of 1,018 likely voters in Utah was conducted Aug. 19–21 and carries a margin of error of plus or minus 3.1 percentage points.