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PPP: Trump Would Win GOP Primary, Leads Pence by 40 Points

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By    |   Thursday, 14 December 2017 11:56 AM

Republican voters remain firmly behind President Donald Trump, with 70 percent saying they want him as their candidate in 2020, according to the latest Public Policy Polling survey.

Further, Trump would easily win a primary challenge, leading a hypothetical matchup with Vice President Mike Pence by 40 points, according to PPP.

The hypothetical primary results, according to PPP:

  • Trump leads Pence 62 percent to 22 percent.
  • Trump leads Texas Sen. Ted Cruz 64 to 21.
  • Trump leads Ohio Gov. John Kasich 70 to 19.
  • Trump leads outgoing Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake 74 to 16.

It's the only good news for Trump in the PPP survey.

A majority of voters surveyed by PPP say that Trump should resign amid myriad sexual harassment claims against him.

Those results, according to PPP:

  • 53 percent say Trump should step down.
  • 42 percent say he should remain in office.
  • 53 percent believe Trump's accusers.
  • 31 percent do not believe Trump's accusers.

Public Policy Polling surveyed 862 registered voters Dec. 11-12. The margin of error is 3.3 percent.

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