Trump Change: Most Still See Trump on Track for Nomination
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This week’s Rasmussen Reports Trump Change national telephone survey finds that 84% of Likely Republican Voters think Trump is likely to win their party’s nomination this year, with 53% who say it’s Very Likely. This is down only slightly from last week’s all-time highs of 87% and 59% respectively.
Just 12% of GOP voters say a Trump nomination is not very or Not At All Likely.
Among all likely voters, 73% say Trump is likely to be the Republican nominee, including 43% who feel it is Very Likely.
Trump has benefited from the anger many Republicans feel toward their current elected leaders. Seventy-six percent (76%) of GOP voters now believe Republicans in Congress have lost touch with the party’s base nationwide, the highest-ever level of disapproval in regular surveying on this question since 2008.
Many think Trump’s support will grow following the Brussels terror attacks earlier this week. Sixty-three percent (63%) of Americans believe a terrorist attack similar to the one in Brussels is likely in the United States within the next year.
Sixty-four percent (64%) of Democrats and 75% of voters not affiliated with either major party see Trump as the likely Republican candidate in the fall. This, too, is consistent with recent polling.
Conservatives think a Trump nomination is far more likely than moderates and liberals do. Rassumessen data identified in the detailed post
Rasmussen Reports is a media company specializing in the collection, publication and distribution of public opinion information. For the detailed statistical analysis visit their site.
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