REPORT: Poll Claims #NeverTrump Revival

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A Morning Consult/Politico poll released on Wednesday claims, “Thirty-eight percent of Republicans think Trump should be challenged in the Republican primary election for President.”

“The poll was conducted from May 17-19, 2018, among a national sample of 1990 registered voters,” and has a margin of error of plus or minus two points for all voters.

The demographic breakdown of the 1,990 registered voters who were poll respondents by party affiliation was: 620 registered Republican voters, (31 percent), 698 registered Democratic voters (35 percent), 671 Independent voters (34 percent).

The article goes on to state the following:

Other findings from the poll from the sample of registered Republican voters included the following:

  • Fifty percent said [Trump]  shouldn’t [have a primary challenger in 2020]  and 12% said they didn’t know
  • A majority of GOP voters would prefer Trump over Pence as president
  • When asked who they would prefer as POTUS, 64 percent of Republicans picked Trump, compared to 19 percent who picked Pence
  • In August 2017, 58 percent picked Trump and 28 percent picked Pence

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