More than half of likely Republican voters would like someone other than Donald Trump to be their party's presidential nominee. That's according to a new Fox News poll released Wednesday, which asked who those voters would prefer the win the GOP nomination. Just 48 percent said they would prefer Trump to "someone else," while 51 percent said they would prefer someone else." And just 74 percent of the Republicans polled said they would vote for Trump if the election were held right now.
That lack of support from Republican voters might partially explain Trump's two-month dip in Fox's poll against likely Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. In the new survey, conducted from Sunday to Tuesday, Clinton had 44 percent support to Trump's 38 percent. He's down 7 points from 45 percent in Fox's May poll, which actually had Trump beating Clinton by 3 points.
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