SAN FRANCISCO (Diya TV) — Seven of 10 Muslim-Americans will vote for Hillary Clinton in November’s general election, while just four percent support Republican candidate Donald Trump, who has called for a controversial ban on Muslims entering the U.S., according to a recent survey.

With the Nov. 8 election less than one month away, a survey conducted by the Council on American Islamic Relations lists the proposed ban, terrorism and national security as some of the key areas of concern for them.

CAIR, one of the nation’s largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organizations, released the results of the nationwide survey Oct. 13, indicating a high turnout of Muslims at the polls, with 72 percent of those surveyed saying they will vote for the 68-year-old former secretary of state.

According to a 2016 estimate, there are about 3.3 Muslim-Americans living in the U.S., which represents roughly one percent of the country’s population. About 86 percent of registered Muslim voters intend to vote in this year’s presidential election, while 12 percent of Muslim voters are still undecided, the survey said.

According to the independent live telephone survey of more than 800 Muslim voters, just four percent said they support the 70-year-old billionaire real estate mogul Trump.

The figure could be viewed as a direct correlation on his direct attacks towards America’s Muslim community. He has frequently blamed Muslims for terrorist activity and has vowed to tighten up border control to restrict the number of immigrants belonging to the community.

Among the plethora of issues being discussed during this election cycle, the top six most important issues to Muslim-American voters are civil rights, education, jobs and the economy, protecting students from bullying and harassment, the proposed ban on Muslims entering the U.S., terrorism and national security.

Each of the parties was evaluated by respondents on “friendliness to Muslims.”

Sixty-one percent of respondents said that the Democratic Party was friendly towards Muslims, as compared to 7 percent for the Republican Party.

Of those surveyed, 91 percent said Trump’s proposed temporary ban on Muslim travelers entering the U.S. is the wrong decision, while only three percent call it right.

“Our survey results indicate that presidential candidates still have time to appeal to American Muslim voters by addressing issues such as the erosion of civil rights and growing Islamophobia,” said CAIR government affairs director Robert McCaw.