Skip to main content
WeLoveTrump.com may receive compensation from affiliate partners for some links on the site. Read our full Disclosure here.

How Do Most Republicans Feel About President Trump?

A new poll reveals how most Republicans feel about Trump involvement in the future of the party.


7,103 views

SO, they’re finally telling the truth eh?

According to a new poll 75% of Republicans want President Trump to have a big role in The GOP going forward.

This is WONDERFUL news, and it coincides with other polls which indicated that 70% of those polled would join a newly led Trump party.

The GOP leadership better wake up and smell the coffee on this one.

Trending: The Audit In Maricopa County, Arizona Has Been PAUSED

They need to take a hint and read the room, and stop being so wishy-washy when it comes to anything Trump related.

Check it out:  

Fox News reported: 

Three out of four Republicans want to see former President Trump play a big role in the GOP going forward.

That’s the headline from a new Quinnipiac University national poll conducted Thursday through Sunday, during and after the acquittal of Trump in his Senate impeachment trial. Only a fifth of Republicans questioned in the survey said they don’t want the former president to continue to play a dominate role in the party he reshaped and ruled over during his stormy four years in the White House.

According to the poll, 87% of Republicans said that Trump should be allowed to hold elected office again. That stands in contrast to the 55% of all respondents in the survey who said the former president should be barred from holding elective office in the future.

The Hill had more: 

A majority of respondents, 55 percent, also said the former president should not be permitted to hold elected office in the future. Republicans again strayed from the majority with 87 percent saying that Trump should be allowed to hold elected office.

"He may be down, but he is certainly not out of favor with the GOP. Twice impeached, vilified by Democrats in the trial, and virtually silenced by social media... despite it all, Donald Trump keeps a solid foothold in the Republican Party,"  Quinnipiac University Polling Analyst Tim Malloy said in a release.

The Quinnipiac University poll surveyed 1,056 adults from Feb. 11 through 14 with a margin of error of 3 percentage points.



We Love Trump
Thanks for sharing!
Send this to a friend