Donations to the GOP have dropped significantly in recent months, as worries mount over the party’s financial security. While Republicans still have strong fundraising numbers from large corporate donors, support from small donors and grassroots activists has declined, leaving the future of the party’s fundraising efforts in question. Reports indicate that the party has seen a nearly 10 percent drop in the average donation size for May and June 2020, compared to the same period last year. This could be a worrying sign for the party, as they rely heavily on small donations from individuals to fund their campaigns. Furthermore, the party has struggled to raise funds from their traditional sources, such as major corporations and wealthy donors. This suggests that the GOP is having trouble appealing to its base, and the drop in donations could be a sign that the party is at risk of becoming increasingly isolated from its base.