Two out of three Republicans would prefer that Donald Trump not run for president in 2024.
Opinion polls are not elections. that of USA Today However, Suffolk University tends to be pretty solid, pointing to Donald Trump in freefall. This is worrying for him, so shortly after he announced his candidacy for president in 2024 very early.
When asked about their preferred candidate, 31 percent of a broad group of partisan-leaning Republicans and independents answered “Donald Trump,” but nearly twice as many (61 percent) wrote “other candidate.”
There is no question of repudiating Trumpism: for the vast majority of those questioned, the nationalist populist line must be preserved, but with a new face to sell.
Forty-five percent of those polled hope Trump will withdraw his candidacy, and only 47 percent hope he will run in the primary. Sixty-five percent hope Ron DeSantis, the governor of Florida, will run.
Some respondents seem to have treated Trump as a person. 64% have a positive image of Trump, but 23% have a negative one. Unseen numbers since Trump took office in 2016. It seems that skepticism about Trump’s chances as a candidate in particular has been hit hard. The polls also asked voters of all sects what they would choose to vote if the elections were to be held today. Trump would lose to Joe Biden, 40 percent to 47 percent, while DeSantis would beat Biden, 47 percent to 43 percent.
“Republican and other conservative voters seem to be getting a taste of Trumpism without Trump,” concluded David Palaiologos, director of the Center for Policy Research at Suffolk University. USA Today. Another poll this week suggested DeSantis would win the primary with 52 percent, and Trump with just 38 percent.
However, this does not necessarily mean that Trump’s days are numbered, Paleologos warned. In a duel for the nomination with DeSantis, Trump appears to have no chance today. But if several challengers come forward for Trump and split the pie among themselves, Trump can still win the longest straw in the knockout race, just as he did in 2016. Only it is not clear how he will win the national election against Biden or another Democrat.
In another recent poll, Trump is clearly still number one. However, he backs out anyway. And that while other candidates like DeSantis and former Vice President Mike Pence are only flirting with running, only Trump has actually officially taken over.
DeSantis is acting with increasing confidence. He gained popularity with his opposition to the Corona commitments and has now announced an official investigation into “vaccine malpractice in his state.” However, there have been disproportionately many Corona deaths in Florida.
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