Six in 10 Americans say they have reservations about Donald Trump's lack of governmental or military experience.
An NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll shows that of that number, 42 percent of registered voters say they're "very uncomfortable" that Trump lacks the experience.
If elected, Trump would be the first American president without a record of military or elected public service.
Only 5 percent of American voters say they are "enthusiastic" about Trump's unconventional professional history, while another 15 percent say they are "comfortable" with it.
But Trump's business experience has its advantages.
The real estate mogul outperforms Hillary Clinton when it comes to questions on handling Wall Street (by 21 percent), the economy (by 11 percent) and shaking up the status quo in Washington (by 33 percent).