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

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

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

According to research released Tuesday by the Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI), white men, those without a college degree and white evangelicals continue to be the president's strongest supporters. Mainline Protestant denominations and white Catholics are divided with 49% of both groups approving of Trump's performance during his first year in office.

According to NBC, the October 18-30 poll of 2,019 respondents found that Trump remains extremely unpopular with a favorability rating of 41 percent, while an nearly equal number of registered voters, 40 percent, believe Trump should be impeached.

The endorsement this week of U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore, R-Alabama, by President Donald Trump and the Republican National Committee is an abomination. If the 2018 midterm elections were held today, 44 percent of registered voters would support the Democratic candidate. That's bad news for the president who, even with a Republican majority, has faced legislative roadblocks on Capitol Hill.

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.

The survey also measured attitudes about some issues that have made headlines in recent months.

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

When PRRI surveyed about the most controversial issues of the day they found deep divides among Americans fall along political party lines.

All the signs indicate that a massive storm is brewing against the Republican Party - and they have no one to blame but themselves. Just 40% of Democrats agree.

Democrats have, in most Gallup polls, outnumbered Republicans since the mid-Obama years.

You can find the complete results of the survey on PRRI's website.