However, their 14-percentage-point edge over liberals last year, 38% vs. adults identifying themselves as politically conservative in 2014 was unchanged from 2013, as was the percentage of moderates, at 34%, while the percentage considering themselves liberal rose a percentage point for the third straight year.
Since then, the liberal percentage has swelled and the percentage of moderates has shrunk from 40% to 34%.
"The impending crisis in the Republican Party is one of basic conviction, vision and partisan identity," Mohler said.
"The Republican Party is going to have to face some very difficult questions about what exactly it intends to represent in the fall campaign if Donald Trump is the standard-bearer for that party." Several analysts have pointed out that although Trump is enjoying support from many evangelical voters, such people are not necessarily voting based on their evangelicalism, but because they are angry at establishment politicians.
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