Most Republicans want Trump to 'break some rules to set things right'

Poll One-third of GOP voters want someone other than Trump for 2020

Poll One-third of GOP voters want someone other than Trump for 2020

Among Republican respondents, 40 percent consider themselves to be "Always Trump", and supported him in the 2016 GOP primary and would support him in 2020. The Republican Party's strongest supporters are most likely to support the president in 2020, while Republicans who don't associate as closely with the GOP are less like to vote for Trump. However, just 37% of registered voters surveyed say they'll support a Republicans congressional candidate in the midterm elections next year.

"I do believe I've never changed", he said. Many good men and women.

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"After a tumultuous first year in office, a significant minority of Republicans would prefer another candidate in 2020", notes PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones.

Only 41 percent of Americans, in general, approve of Trump's job performance, while 54 percent disapprove. Trump continues to show that he is unable to garner support from a wider range of Republicans and conservatives. In comparison, 84 percent of Republicans approve of the president's work.

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To a large degree, Trump surely bears responsibility - his juvenile outbursts on Twitter, aggressive pandering to white nationalism, and hard-right social policy do little to attract mainstream voters to the Republican Party.

Almost a third of Republicans say they would prefer a candidate other than Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpDems resurface Flynn's "lock her up" comments after Mueller charges Congress must stop private prisons from receiving tax breaks Evangelicals were with Trump in 2016, and will be in 2020 MORE to represent the party in the 2020 presidential election, new data shows. There are modest but significant differences across lines of gender and party affiliation. On the barrage of sexual misconduct allegations, PRRI found 70% of Americans and 78% of women believe the incidents are part of a broader pattern of how women are generally treated. More than seven in ten Democrats (77 percent) and Independents (73 percent) and roughly six in ten Republicans (59 percent) agree as well.

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