The New York Times conducted dozens of interviews with small businesses, customers, and cashiers that indicated Trump's brand are in serious trouble, but this is a little more concrete.
Trump businesses traffic has dropped by nearly 17 percent according to Foursquare.
According to new analysis by Foursquare, which looked at visits from its more than 50 million users, the share of customer traffic going to Trump-branded properties fell 16.5 percent in September compared with a year ago earlier.
The decline follows a 7.1 percent year-over-year dip in August, a 14 percent drop in July, and a 17 percent decline in June, Foursquare said.
As CNBC reminds us, this does not account for any fallout that Trump's brands may suffer as a result of Trump being caught on tape saying he routinely kisses and grabs women "by the pussy" without their consent.
Trump should probably be more concerned about wholesale abandonment by small businesses and organizations than individual customers. There are undoubtedly people out there who will buy Trump merchandise just because he is a sexual predator, but businesses won't want anything to do with him.
Donald Trump is good at one thing—driving his companies into the ground.
And now he wants the keys to the U.S. economy. pic.twitter.com/URYyb3mZzy
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) October 19, 2016