According to a poll from the Public Religion Research Institute, 31 percent of Republicans say they'd prefer a different GOP nominee in 2020, while 63 percent said they will support Trump.
"Here's my view on the Republican Party", Hannity said. In fact, 37% of Trump supporters claim that there is nothing Trump could do do lose their support.
And the diehard support of Trump isn't surprising coming from Hannity, who has long praised the president's actions and taken aim at those who have spoken out against him.
Only 41 percent of Americans, in general, approve of Trump's job performance, while 54 percent disapprove.
While many national Republicans have called on Moore to step aside in the wake of the allegations, Flake is one of the first senators to prominently show support for Moore's democratic opponent.
But more than 84 percent of Republicans approve of the president's performance, and nearly a third of white evangelical Protestants say there is almost nothing Trump could do to lose their support.
All the signs indicate that a massive storm is brewing against the Republican Party - and they have no one to blame but themselves. A majority of Republicans (52 percent) say the Democratic Party's policies are so misguided they present a threat to the country, and 39 percent believe Democratic policies are misguided, but not risky. Fifty-five percent said the GOP is moving the country in the right direction, and 67 percent said the same for Trump's policies. There are modest but significant differences across lines of gender and party affiliation.
The polling firm surveyed Republicans and Republican-leaning independents.
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