A large number of Republican primary voters said they would "never" vote for former Vice President Mike Pence in the 2024 presidential race.
The latest Fox News survey, taken June 23-26, asked Republican voters to declare which candidates for whom they would absolutely "never" vote.
More than one-third of the voters in the survey said they'd "never" vote for Pence.
"Pence takes the lead among candidates listed in this particular survey, as 35 percent said they would 'never' vote for the former vice president. One in five, 20 percent, said they would 'never' vote for former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, followed by 16 percent who said they would 'never' vote for anti-woke businessman Vivek Ramaswamy or South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott," reported Breitbart News on the survey.
A surprising 14% said they would "never" vote for Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.
Also surprising, 13% answered the survey saying they would "never" support former President Donald Trump.
But that's not bad news for Trump, because 58% said they would "definitely" vote for the former commander in chief.
The results match a recent Morning Consult survey, which found Pence with the second highest unfavorable rating in the GOP field, with 39% of Republican primary voters saying they have an unfavorable view.
Pence has gained some attention recently after making an unannounced trip to Ukraine, where he met with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
The former VP used the visit to "call for strong American support for our Ukrainian friends and allies."
Pence said about his visit to Ukraine:
But coming here just as a private citizen — being able to really see firsthand the heroism of the Ukrainian soldiers holding the line in those woods, see the heroism of the people here in Irpin that held back the Russian army, to see families whose homes were literally shelled in the midst of an unconscionable and unprovoked Russian invasion — just steels my resolve to do my part, to continue to call for strong American support for our Ukrainian friends and allies.
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