Here's another view by a US political news set that is fairly balanced, as opposed to Hildebrand who has proven himself to be a Chris Kenny wannabe trying too hard to do nothing but shouting down anything his paymasters don’t like hearing
I'm not sure I'd call that balanced either personally.
On the Ipsos poll, it shows moderate republicans swinging away from Trump actually. Its expected to see the Trump supporters constantly have his back. What the article doesn't show is how many people fit into each band.
Eg. the statement below the poll results states "Republicans across the U.S. are siding with President Trump over Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell — big time — according to a new Axios-Ipsos poll."
But is that really the case. Ignoring Trump supporters for the moment, moderate republicans are supporting Trump at 41%, so that means 59% DON'T want him as their next presidential candidate so are they really siding with Trump over McConnell. We don't know how many fit into each box. If the majority of republicans see themselves as moderate republicans and not Trump supporters then the article is not being factual in the way it is expressed.