There are a large number of people though who genuinely don't like Trump or the "awlt-rite". You're going to see a lot more of them as his term drags on, that insurrectionist appeal wears off and his negatives start glaring more than his positives.
I'm starting to fit into that category, too. We dodged a bullet with Hillary, but in 2020 I'd take a better choice from either party. At least, if I could vote.
Then again, there probably won't be a better choice. The zeitgeist of these hard times is towards extremism, so the Republicans will have more copycats of Trump, and the Democrats more copycats of Bernie, leaving behind the Pauls and Webbs and what-not.
That's happening now in Canada. With the libtards you have Trudeau who has already gutted the economy for little gain, the NDP, but instead of the Conservatives offering a decent choice, everyone's getting their dicks out for O'Leary (And the fucking CBC isn't helping) instead of more moderate and stable choices like Scheer or Bernier.