The new Fox News poll reveals that many Republicans feel betrayed by their party and are showing their displeasure by supporting outsiders over establishment candidates in the GOP presidential race.

Donald Trump, Ben Carson and Carly Fiorina captured the support of more than half of GOP primary voters.

Trump stayed on top with 26 percent, followed by Carson at 18 percent. Fiorina and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio were next, tied at 9 percent. All four have gained ground since last month's Fox News poll.

2016 GOP Nominee Preference
Trump              26%
Carson             18%
Fiorina               9%
Rubio                9%
Cruz                  8%
Bush                  7%
Christie              5%
Kasich               4%
Huckabee          3%
Paul                   2%
Pataki                1%
Gilmore           <1%
Jindal                 0%
Santorum           0%
Graham             0%

The appeal of the outsider candidates comes from significant dissatisfaction with the party establishment: 62 percent of Republican primary voters said they feel "betrayed" by politicians in their party. Another 66 percent said the recent Republican majorities in Washington have failed to do all they could to block or reverse President Obama’s agenda.

Check out the full Fox News poll.

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