Trump is the presumed nominee, and his fiercest critics on the right haven’t budged. Trump is quite distinguished from who he was running against in a number of ways, and he may face a challenge in converting their supporters to his side before November.A new poll from Morning Consult found:
Sixty-two percent of Cruz supporters say they would support Trump against Clinton, while 13 percent say they would back Clinton. Twenty-five percent of Cruz supporters said they don’t know or had no opinion on whom they’d support in a Clinton and Trump matchup.
And here’s Trump’s favorability among supporters of the other candidates:
The good news? Hillary Clinton also practically locked in the nomination last night — and most of Bernie’s supporters would never vote for her (30%, according to one estimate).
[Note: This post was authored by The Analytical Economist]