A recent Fox News survey reveals growing skepticism among Republican primary voters towards former Vice President Mike Pence, with over one-third saying they would “never” vote for him. The poll, conducted from June 23-26, highlights a larger narrative of shifting allegiance and political preferences within the GOP. Pence, once a stalwart figure, now faces reluctance from 35 percent of respondents. Other notable figures, including Nikki Haley, Vivek Ramaswamy, and Tim Scott, also received significant aversion from voters. However, the survey showed unwavering loyalty towards former President Donald Trump, with 58 percent of Republicans saying they would “definitely” vote for him. The findings indicate a tectonic shift within the Republican voter base and raise questions about the party’s future unity and rallying power.
Shifting Winds: Republican Voters Express Doubt in Pence and Party’s Future
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