Choosing between former President Donald Trump and the GOP is no choice at all for many Republicans, according to a new poll.
A Suffolk University/USA Today poll shows that 46 percent of the Trump supporters surveyed last week — after Democrats failed in their bid to convict former President Donald Trump in his second impeachment trial — said they would flee the Republican Party if Trump creates a new party of his own, according to USA Today.
The poll found 27 percent of those surveyed would stay with the GOP; the balance was undecided. The survey was of 1,000 Trump voters, based on 2020 polls and the margin of error was 3.1 percentage points.
54 percent said they are loyal to Trump, but only 34 percent to the GOP.
Looking ahead to 2024, 59 percent of those surveyed want Trump to run for the White House in 2024.