According to a brand new poll from Trafalgar Group, in partnership with Convention of States Action, Republican voters are still overwhelmingly in favor of voting for former President Donald Trump in 2024 should he decide to run again, but would also throw their support behind Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis if Trump decided not to run.
A whopping 61 percent of GOP primary voters said they would vote for former President Donald Trump.
Forty-nine percent declared they would “absolutely vote for Trump, and 7.8% said they would “consider” voting for him.
If Trump chooses not to run in 2024, likely Republican primary voters overall would opt for DeSantis.
The rising GOP star and former congressman would capture 34.9% of the GOP vote, with his next-closest GOP competitor Sen Ted Cruz. Roughly 15% of those polled picked the Texas congressman and 2016 presidential candidate.
“Republican voters clearly support anti-establishment candidates and a Trump run in 2024,” said Mark Meckler, who currently serves as the president of Convention of States Action group.
Meckler went on to say that both Trump and DeSantis “represent a return to constitutional principles, common sense leadership, and the courage to stand against Washington, D.C.”
However, among the anti-Trump crowd in the GOP, 36 percent would support Mitt Romney in 2024 with Nikki Haley coming in second with a little bit under 7 percent.
Author : Michael Cantrell
Source : Ken Blackwell : New Poll Reveals Trump Has Very Strong 2024 Majority Among GOP Voters, DeSantis Close Behind