On Monday morning the anti-Trump petition, which was created after the new president signed an executive order banning Muslim refugees from entering the US, surpassed 1 million signatures.
Downing Street has stood by the invitation, saying it had been “extended and accepted” to the US president and will not be revoked.
The latest petition is the only one in the list of the top 10 most popular to still be open, with petitions running for six months.
EU Referendum Rules triggering a 2nd EU Referendum
4,150,260 signatures, now closed
Prevent Donald Trump from making a State Visit to the United Kingdom
Give the Meningitis B vaccine to ALL children, not just newborn babies.
823,348 signatures, now closed
Block Donald J Trump from UK entry
586,930 signatures, now closed
Stop all immigration and close the UK borders until ISIS is defeated
463,501 signatures, now closed
Accept more asylum seekers and increase support for refugee migrants in the UK.
450,287 signatures, now closed
Consider a vote of No Confidence in Jeremy Hunt, Health Secretary
339,925 signatures, now closed
Make the production, sale and use of cannabis legal.
236,995 signatures, now closed
Stop spending a fixed 0.7 per cent slice of our national wealth on Foreign Aid
235,979 signatures, now closed
To debate a vote of no confidence in Health Secretary the Right Hon Jeremy Hunt
231,136 signatures, now closed
There is debate around how much of a difference the Trump petition will make, but in the wake of his executive order, opposition to the ban has dominated headlines.
A map accompanying the petition shows the areas where the most people have signed.
London constituencies Hornsey and Wood Green, Hackney North and Stoke Newington, Hackney South and Shoreditch and Bethnal Green and Bow are among the areas to have the most supporters for the state visit ban.
There is also a large number of people backing the ban in Bristol West, Brighton and Edinburgh North and Leith.
There is noticeably less support for the petition in Northern Ireland and northern Wales.
Labour, the Liberal Democrats and the SNP, have called for Trump’s visit to be cancelled and Tory MPs have warned against allowing it to go ahead.
On Sunday Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn called for Trump’s state visit to be scrapped until he ends his ban on refugees.
The Labour leader also tweeted out support for the Trump petition by sharing a link to it with his followers.
Reports on Monday suggested 130,000 of those 1 million signatures were directed from Corbyn’s Facebook page, where he has more than 833,000 supporters.
When a petition reaches more than 100,000 signatures, Parliament considers it for debate.
A statement on the Trump petition reads: “Donald Trump should be allowed to enter the UK in his capacity as head of the US Government, but he should not be invited to make an official state visit because it would cause embarrassment to Her Majesty the Queen.”
It continues: “Donald Trump’s well documented misogyny and vulgarity disqualifies him from being received by Her Majesty the Queen or the Prince of Wales.
“Therefore during the term of his presidency Donald Trump should not be invited to the United Kingdom for an official State Visit.”