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Poll: Republican Party Fractured as Hillary Clinton Maintains Solid Lead

Among Republicans and Republican-leaning voters, 57 percent say that their party is divided and will not unite by November



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    With Hillary Clinton leading Donald Trump in the polls as the election enters its final two weeks, a majority of Republicans and Republican-leaning voters see a lasting fracture in the Republican Party, according to the latest NBC News|SurveyMonkey poll.

    In a four-way match-up, Clinton has 46 percent support this week among likely voters, while Trump holds onto 41 percent support.

    As several prominent GOP party leaders and down-ballot Republican contenders scramble to figure out the potential impact of a Clinton victory in their respective states, 74 percent of likely voters overall say that the GOP is divided and will remain so through the general election in November.