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Donald Trump Is Bleeding Moderate Support

via CBS News
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Donald Trump faces challenges as a significant portion of the Republican electorate and independents seem unlikely to support him if he becomes the nominee.

Polling data and public sentiment suggest a reluctance to back Trump in the general election, with some former supporters expressing concerns about his conduct and the people around him.

This poses potential difficulties for the GOP in the upcoming election, with indications that Trump is losing support among independents.

“I can’t vote for Trump. He’s a crook. He’s too corrupt,” independent voter Scott Simeone said. “I voted for him, and I didn’t realize he’s as corrupt as he is.”

“It would be a massively difficult hill to climb, without a doubt,” New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu said. “And he’s already proven that. He’s lost before and according to the polls he will lose even bigger this time.”

“I don’t think I can vote for Trump,” Sean Van Anglen said. “I vote in every election, I’ve never left a box blank. And I might have to this time.”

“I liked him. But he just scares me now. Everybody that has ever worked for him is not any more,” voter Lisa Tracy said. “I would go with Biden.”

“I can’t find anything good to say and I try,” independent voter Curtis Thornbrugh said. “He’s dangerous and the people around him are, too.”

Notably, some Democrats also express hesitation about supporting Biden in a head-to-head rematch against Trump.

Such sentiments among disaffected voters could play a crucial role in determining the next president.

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