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( – Following former President Donald Trump’s federal indictment in early June, his performance at the polls continues to be impressive. However, close to half of GOP voters are now considering whether he should continue being the party’s leader.

An NBC poll released this week found that 51 percent of Republican voters stated that they would vote for Trump in the Republican primary. Trump still holds a massive lead against Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who was in second place with 22 percent of the voters supporting him. Former Vice President Mike Pence, who recently joined the presidential race was in third place with 7 percent.

When compared to the poll in April, Trump has seen an increase in the levels of support he has, as previously 46 percent of Republican voters had stated they would back him, while 31 percent were supporting DeSantis.

Trump earlier this month pleaded not guilty on 37 federal charges connected to his alleged mishandling of classified documents, which were recovered from his Mar-a-Lago estate after the end of his time in the White House. Seventy-seven percent of GOP primary voters argued that the federal charges either caused them minor concerns (14 percent) or no concerns (63 percent).

Around 64 percent of Republicans also claimed that all the cases and investigations against former President Trump are politically motivated. When looking at all registered voters, 47 percent argued that the charges were of major concern (47 percent) or moderate concern (8 percent) to them.

Finally, in a hypothetical match between President Biden and Trump, Biden came on top with 49 percent while Trump had 45 percent of respondents supporting him.

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