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Some Conservatives Would Still Support A GOP Challenger Against Trump

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Some Conservatives Would Still Support A GOP Challenger Against Trump

Some Conservatives Would Still Support A GOP Challenger Against Trump

In April, an Insider poll found that 42% of conservatives were open to considering a GOP primary rival challenging President Donald Trump.

A new Insider poll found that, five months later, that number still hasn't changed.

42% of conservatives have yet to change their minds about a Trump opponent.

Nearly a quarter of conservative respondents said they would "probably" or "absolutely" support a qualified contender.

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