The Trump Train shows no sign of slowing down regardless of the final result of the 2020 election.
Even if Biden does ascend to the presidency in January, 66% of Republican voters support President Trump running again in 2024.
According to the poll taken by Seven Letter Insight, 41% of Independent voters and even 26% of Democrat voters also favored a 2024 Trump presidential bid.
— 🌊 R Saddler (@Politics_PR) November 23, 2020
That’s in sharp contrast to an earlier survey that found only 46% of Biden voters wanted to see him run for re-election should he win the 2020 election.
🚨 NEW from @EchelonInsights post-election survey.
Just 46% of Biden voters want him to run in 2024. That's less than 63% of Trump voters who want to see a Trump comeback if Biden wins the election. pic.twitter.com/L34DMctWdO
— Patrick Ruffini (@PatrickRuffini) November 20, 2020
With the amount of RINOs who’ve shown their true colors, who better to lead the GOP moving forward than Trump himself?
Trump was an absolute monster on the campaign trail doing multiple rallies each day as ‘Sleepy Joe’ mostly watched from his basement.
Republican voters are sick and tired of being stabbed in the back by ‘friends.’
— Neanderthal Scholar Poso (@JackPosobiec) November 21, 2020
Here are some other findings from the survey reported in The Hill:
The survey is Seven Letter Insight’s first-ever nationwide voter priorities poll and included 1,500 respondents fielded from Nov. 10 through Nov. 19.
Sixty-seven percent of Republicans also said they would support Trump peacefully transitioning power to the Biden administration. Eighty percent of independents shared that sentiment, as did 85 percent of Democrats.
Among other questions in the survey, 52 percent of Republicans said they would support Trump endorsing one of his children for a presidential bid in 2024, 86 percent said they would support Trump calling for national unity, 38 percent said they would support Trump refusing to give up power and remaining in the White House, and 46 percent said they would support Trump starting his own TV network.
More than 50 percent of GOP voters also said they would support Trump contesting the election in the Supreme Court, stopping using Twitter to discuss politics and helping guide the Republican Party.
Whether Democrats and the liberal media like it or not, the Trump Train is here to stay and his base will surely grow in years to come.