MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - A new poll finds Minnesota voters are somewhat pessimistic about what lies ahead in the near future for the country.

The Star Tribune's Minnesota Poll shows that 65 percent of Minnesotans polled say the nation is headed in the wrong direction. Just 21 percent feel the next four years will be better.

The poll shows voters have significant doubts about the abilities and truthfulness of the presidential front-runners, Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump.

More than half of those polled in Minnesota say jobs, terrorism and national security are top concerns heading into the fall election.

The poll of 800 registered voters sampled last week has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.5 percent.