Weeks After Democrats Indict Trump – New Voter Report Reveals Swing in Donald’s Popularity Numbers
By Mick Farthing|July 11, 2023
Weeks After Democrats Indict Trump – New Voter Report Reveals Swing in Donald’s Popularity Numbers

What’s Happening:

The liberal media had a field day after Democrats in the DOJ indicted Donald Trump. They really expect us to believe this is a totally fair and unbiased case, after over seven years of slander from the left. Most Americans seem to believe this trial is politically-motivated, especially when the DOJ is being run by Trump’s biggest 2024 rival, Joe Biden.

You probably assume that Democrats indicted Trump to doom his presidential campaign. After all, what reasonable person would support a man being indicted, twice, by his political enemies? But the reality isn’t matching the left’s fever dreams. And the latest poll put the nail in the Democrats’ indictment coffin.

From The Post Millennial:

Yet another poll has shown Donald Trump to be the clear frontrunner among Republican presidential candidates, holding a commanding 39 point lead over his closest competitor, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis…

According to the poll, which was conducted by Morning Consult between July 7 and 9 among over 3,000 potential Republican primary voters, Trump currently sits comfortably in the lead at 59 percent.

Unless something radical changes in the next few months, Donald Trump will be the GOP’s 2024 presidential candidate. The last poll from Morning Consult shows Trump with 59% of the vote. His closet rival, Gov. Ron DeSantis, is behind him by a staggering 39%.

These are hard numbers to overcome. At one point, many believed Ron DeSantis would be a match for the former president. But Democrats’ foolish indicting of Trump (twice) has sealed his support among most Republicans.

You might think that was the left’s plan. Make sure Republicans nominated Trump so he can lose to Biden. But in reality, Democrats want Trump as far away from the general election as possible. They are terrified of what might happen if Trump is re-elected. And with Biden losing his mind and continuing to fail as “president,” the last thing Democrats want is a Trump nominee.

Much can happen between now and next year, when voters go to the primary polls. But it’s clear that Trump’s GOP rivals need to pull something out to bridge the gap. Trump’s momentum seems to be not slowing down. And as Biden continues to tumble, Trump will soar.

Key Takeaways:

  • The last GOP poll has Donald Trump winning the nomination by 59%.
  • He is beating Ron DeSantis by a large, 39% point lead.
  • This is the latest poll after Democrats indicted Trump in New York and Florida.

Source: The Post Millennial


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Mick Farthing
Mick is a freelance writer, cartoonist, and graphic designer. He is a regular contributor for the Patriot Journal.
Mick is a freelance writer, cartoonist, and graphic designer. He is a regular contributor for the Patriot Journal.