It is no secret that Donald Trump is facing strong headwinds going into the 2024 Election. If anyone thought it would be easy for the former president to return to office, they must have been dreaming. Democrats have ratcheted up their attempts to stop him. They have pulled out all the stops, indicting him at least four times.
It is likely they will come up with more ways to derail his campaign, as we near next year.
Many critics have claimed these indictments were meant to destroy Trump’s chances at winning the GOP nomination. After all, why would anyone vote for a man being indicted four times, by federal and state prosecutors? But it seems many Americans question indictments when they are launched by a man’s political rivals. And this new report shows that the left’s schemes are failing, big time.
From TIPP Insights:
In the latest online national poll, taken from among 509 Republican voters from Aug. 30-Sept. 1, we again asked: “If the Republican presidential primary were held today, whom would you support for the nomination?” […]
Among Republican respondents, 60% answered former President Donald Trump…
Even so, Trump’s 49-point lead on DeSantis is the highest yet. There is little doubt that if the primaries were held in the coming weeks, Trump would win in a landslide.
According to the latest I&I/TIPP poll, Trump is beating his GOP rivals with 60% of the vote. If the primary election was held today, Trump would win by a massive landslide. His closet rival, Gov. Ron DeSantis, lost one point since August and stands at 11%.
Trump is leading DeSantis by 49 points.
Voters were asked who they thought had the “best chance” at defeating Joe Biden in 2024. Trump won the poll with a staggering 56% of the vote. DeSantis came in second at 13%.
Even with endless bad news from the mainstream media, Trump’s support is only growing among Republicans. It appears anti-Trump Republicans have lost all momentum within the party. Voters are rallying behind the former president.
In contrast, Joe Biden’s support among Democrats languishes at 38%. He is leading among other liberals, but the percentage of actual supporters still lags in comparison to Trump’s support among conservatives.
It is very likely that 2024 will be a rematch of 2020. But do we know how the race will shake out? Not yet.
- Trump’s lead among GOP candidates has increased to 60%, according to TIPP.
- The former president’s lead has grown since August.
- This comes after Democrats indicted Trump four times over the year.
Source: TIPP Insights