New Poll Shows Trump Absolutely Dominating 2024 Republican Primary

New polls show that Donald Trump, the former president of the United States, would be dominant in 2024’s Republican primary field.

The survey was done by Reuters/Ipsos.

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Survey participants were asked, “Thinking about the presidential election in 2024, who would you support as the Republican nominee for president?”

A strong majority – 54 percent of Republicans – said that Trump was their top choice.

It was completed by 4,406 people between December 13-17, 2021.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis finished second behind the former president, with 11% support. DeSantis is 43 points less than Trump, if you do the math.

Former Vice President Mike Pence came in third with eight percent. Pence was closely followed by Ted Cruz, who got three percent and Ted Haley, former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley with four percent.

Texas Governor was among the potential candidates for president in 2024, receiving two percent of all eligible voters. Greg Abbott (ex-Secretary Mike Pompeo), Sen. Marco Rubio and Josh Hawley, as well as former New Jersey Governor. Chris Christie.

14 percent of Republicans still said they were “not sure” who they might support for president in the next general election.  

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Trump Did Not Say Whether He Will Run for President In 2020

If you look at favorability in general, it is 46 percent who have a positive view of Trump and 56 percent who think otherwise.

When only Republicans were asked, 82 percent of Republicans have a favorable view of Trump, and 52 percent of GOP voters said they had a “very” favorable view.

Trump teased many times that he might run again for the White House in 2024. However, no official decisions have been made or any announcements about his future plans.

In what may be troubling news for Democrats as we head into the 2022 midterm elections, the survey also found that, “over half of Americans (56%) believe the national economy and the country generally is headed in the wrong direction. This is driven primarily by Republicans (81%), but over half of independents (59% and 63% for each) agree as well.”