The GOP primary race is turning many voters off to the Republican Party, according to a new poll from the Wall Street Journal and NBC News.
Forty-two percent of registered voters said that the fight for the party’s nomination featuring Donald TrumpDonald TrumpTrump campaign manager: 'Perhaps' he should release medical records Coulter: Trump's 'softening' on immigration remark a panic move Clinton on pay-for-play accusations: a lot of smoke and no fire MORE has made them feel less favorable about the GOP, while just 19 percent said they are more favorable.
Republican voters are more generous of their party, with 23 percent saying that they feel less favorable about it and 33 percent viewing it more favorably.
Twenty-eight percent of all registered voters view the Democrats less favorably after the primary fight headlined by Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonTrump campaign manager: 'Perhaps' he should release medical records Clinton on pay-for-play accusations: a lot of smoke and no fire Trump ties campaign to Brexit: Time to 'redeclare' US independence MORE and Sen. Bernie SandersBernie SandersSanders launches nonprofit to carry on campaign's goals The Trail 2016: Control the Alt-Right Shift Uber to help drivers plan for retirement MORE (I-Vt.), while 17 percent say they see them more favorably. Fifty-four percent say that the primary race hasn’t changed their view of the party.
Among Democratic voters, 38 percent see their party more favorably and 7 percent say their view of the party has declined.
The poll, which surveyed 800 registered voters Jan. 9–13, has a margin of error of 3.46 percent.