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CNBC Poll: Startling 38 Percent of Wealthy GOP Won't Vote Trump

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By    |   Sunday, 23 December 2018 12:29 PM

A startling 38 percent of wealthy Republicans would not vote to re-elect President Donald Trump if the election was today, according to the latest CNBC Millionaire Survey.

The semiannual poll found just 34 percent of America's millionaires would vote for President Trump and a surprising 18 percent of GOP millionaires think he will not even be the Republican presidential nominee in 2020.

Among that 18 percent doubting President Trump's earning the nomination, 8 percent believe it will be anti-Trump Gov. John Kasich of Ohio and 7 percent believe it will be Vice President Mike Pence, suggesting President Trump will either lose a primary to Kasich or be removed from office.

The numbers are telling and significant, because it is famously an active voter base, as 96 percent of millionaires voted in the midterm elections, according to the poll.

Among the 2020 election issues as the top consideration for Republican millionaires, according to the poll:

  1. Taxes and government spending – 18 percent.
  2. Immigration reform – 17 percent.
  3. The economy – 16 percent.

The top 2020 election issue for Democrat millionaires, according to the poll, is "voting President Trump out of office" (54 percent). That is the No. 1 issue for 28 percent of Independents, too.

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A startling 38 percent of wealthy Republicans would not vote to re-elect President Donald Trump if the election was today, according to the latest CNBC Millionaire Survey.The semiannual poll found just 34 percent of America's millionaires would vote for President Trump and...
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