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62% of US Voters Worried About Criminal Charges Against Trump

Former President Donald Trump's four criminal indictments could catch up to him in a general election matchup with President Joe Biden, according to a new poll from NBC News, Ken Tran reported for USA TODAY.

In a general election, Trump's criminal cases could harm his chances for a second term. I Photo: Socialist Appeal Wikimedia Commons

Recent polling has shown that Trump's support among GOP primary voters has remained unwavering despite criminal charges, including allegations of falsifying business records, mishandling classified documents, and conspiring to overturn the 2020 election.

However, in a general election, Trump's criminal cases could harm his chances for a second term, according to the latest NBC News poll.

The poll indicates that 62% of voters have either major or moderate concerns about Trump's indictments, compared to 37% who say they have minor or no concerns at all. In the 2024 GOP primary, Trump remains the dominant figure, leading with 59% support among Republican primary voters, according to the NBC News poll.

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As the 2024 GOP primary race has continued and Trump's charges have mounted, his support has only increased.

The poll also found that 58% of GOP primary voters believe Trump should remain the party's leader. This is up from an NBC News poll in June, in which 49% of GOP voters thought the former president should be the party's leader.

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