As a non-American, I'm trying to understand what Republican voters will do when Trump becomes the Republican nominee. I've been reading a lot about and listening to podcasts about the elections so far. Most analysts kept repeating that even though Trump and his supporters get a lot of press, the rest of the world should understand that their views are not a representation of the US as a whole. It's "just a slice of a slice". Only a certain percentage is Republican, and only a certain percentage of that votes for Trump. However... as the primaries go on, Trump keeps winning and the other candidates don't seem to be gaining much ground. Most analysts start to agree that time is running out, and if this continues, Trump will actually win. So what happens to that "slice of a slice" when it's just Trump? Will all the Republicans that don't want Trump as a president suddenly start voting for the Democratic nominee? Or will they stick with their party, and have to vote for Trump, because they'll still view him as the lesser of two evils?