Mini Super Tuesday: 2/3 of GOP Non-Trump Supporters Say They'd Vote for 3rd Party in Election

Preliminary exit poll data shows where Trump stands with Republican voters.

About a quarter of GOP voters said they would not vote for Trump, according to preliminary exit poll data.

Fewer than 48 percent of voters saw Trump as "honest," while 62 percent of voters who said they were looking for an "outsider" supported Trump.

Trump also won 45 percent of votes supporting the deportation of undocumented immigrants, rather than offering them a chance to apply for legal status.

Of the voters who described themselves as "angry," Trump won 42 percent of their support, according to preliminary exit poll data.

The ABC News Analysis Desk contributed to this report.

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