Pollster says Trump unlikely to face 'significant' primary challenge

Pollster Mike Greenfield told Hill.TV on Wednesday that it is unlikely President TrumpDonald John TrumpForget the spin: Five unrefuted Mueller Report revelations Lara Trump: Merkel admitting migrants 'one of the worst things that ever happened to Germany' Financial satisfaction hits record high: survey MORE will face a significant Republican primary challenger in 2020.

"I think it's very unlikely that anybody is going to challenge Trump in a significant way," Greenfield told host Jamal Simmons on "What America's Thinking."

Greenfield referred to a Change Research poll conducted in February, which found most hypothetical Republican challengers trailing the president in early primary state South Carolina. 

"Most of the candidates are well under 10 percent against Trump," he said. "Even Nikki HaleyNimrata (Nikki) HaleyPollster says Trump unlikely to face 'significant' primary challenge Trump blocked renomination of Obama-era UN racism official, won't pick a replacement: report Trump says he considered nominating Ivanka to lead World Bank MORE, who's from South Carolina — really has everything going for her — polls in the low 20s against Trump."

Haley, the former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, came in far ahead of the other Republicans polled, getting 21 percent of the vote in a hypothetical match-up with Trump. 

The poll showed former Sens. Bob CorkerRobert (Bob) Phillips CorkerEx-GOP Sen. Corker: Trump primary would be 'good thing for our country' Pollster says Trump unlikely to face 'significant' primary challenge GOP gets used to saying 'no' to Trump MORE (R-Tenn.) and Jeff FlakeJeffrey (Jeff) Lane FlakePollster says Trump unlikely to face 'significant' primary challenge Trump gives nod to vulnerable GOP Sen. McSally with bill signing Flake opens up about threats against him and his family MORE (R-Ariz.), both staunch critics of the president, getting only 2 percent each against Trump. 

Former Massachusetts Gov. William Weld (R), who on Monday became the first to officially launch a primary challenge against Trump, came in with just 3 percent of the vote. 

Former Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R) came in with 3 percent of the vote as well. He said on Wednesday that all of his options were on the table for 2020. 

— Julia Manchester