Every effort to oust Donald Trump from the Republican Party by the Democrats or their RINO cohorts has been a proven act of futility at this point.
The American people aren’t as stupid as liberals tend to think — we can clearly remember our quality of life under Trump and compare that to current living conditions under Biden.
Turns out, there’s no comparison, and most Americans prefer to exist in a country not riddled by economic hardship, where gas is unaffordable and baby food is non-existent.
As a result, Former President Donald Trump continues to dominate the 2024 Republican primary field, according to the most recent polling.
A recent survey asked: “If the 2024 Republican presidential primary were being held today, for whom would you vote?” the survey asked.
Trump continues to win over Republican voters. A majority (51%) said they would vote for him in the next presidential primary — and no other candidate even comes close.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, while a superb leader and giant benefit to the Republican Party, came in a distant second to Donald Trump at 18% of the vote. Former Vice President Mike Pence came in third with 12% support, and no other candidate garnered double-digit support.
2024 National Republican Primary Poll:
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— PollTracker (@PollTrackerUSA) June 8, 2022
The results coincide with other recent polls showing Trump dominating as the clear leader of the party. A University of Massachusetts Amherst survey released last month showed 55 percent identifying Trump as their first-choice candidate.
As Breitbart News reported:
Most, 55%, chose Trump as their first choice. That figure is unchanged from the 55 percent who said the same five months ago in December 2021.
Another 20 percent chose Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) as their first choice, with no other candidate coming close.
Despite Trump’s firm grip on first, DeSantis remains the top second choice among Republicans, as 34 percent chose him in that category. That represents a three percent drop from the 37 percent who chose him as their second place candidate in December 2021.
While Trump has yet to officially announce his intention to run in 2024, he has dropped several hints and continues to remain vocal on social media. Users are pouring over to his new social media platform, Truth Social, in record numbers.
Author: Elizabeth Tierney