That same poll showed one in four registered Republicans defecting to Davis.
Soldiers who contact the group about defecting are told to bring their army-issued weapons with them.
Boomers who voted for Obama in 2008 are also defecting and moving into the Republican column, according to Pew Research.
On Wednesday, he lost a key vote in the House of Commons, thanks to defecting MPs from his own Labour Party.
The Syrian Army corporal had entertained thoughts of defecting for a long time.
A black Southern Democrat defecting to the GOP is pretty big news.
Yes; what did he say about defecting to Russia; anything he said about that?
This letter says to his mother he is defecting to Russia—right?
In a case of an American defecting to a Communist country, shouldn't you have it?
Large numbers of the survivors were defecting to the banner of El Hassan.
early 15c., from Middle French defect and directly from Latin defectus "failure, revolt, falling away," noun use of past participle of deficere "to fail, desert" (see deficient).
1570s, from Latin defectus, past participle of deficere "to fail, desert" (see defect (n.)). Related: Defected; defecting.
defect de·fect (dē'fěkt', dĭ-fěkt')
A lack of or abnormality in something necessary for normal functioning; a deficiency or imperfection.