New Poll: 62% of Republicans Will Disagree With The GOP In July

According to a new poll by NBC, 62 percent of GOP voters say the person with the most votes should be the nominee.

More than six in 10 Republican voters believe that, if no GOP presidential candidate wins a majority of delegates before the convention, the one with the most votes should be the party’s nominee, according to a new national NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.

That’s compared with 33 percent of Republicans who say the nominee instead should be the candidate whom convention delegates think would be the party’s best standard-bearer.


These numbers come as it’s possible that Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump won’t secure a majority of delegates once primary voting concludes on June 7, despite having won more votes, states and delegates than his Republican rivals.

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