President Donald Trump‘s popularity knows no limits.
In hypothetical GOP primary polling for 2024, his lead keeps getting bigger.
The most recent polls show Trump with a near 60 point lead over his opponents!
To put that in perspective, 2024 democrat primary polling show Joe Biden with a mere 20 point lead over Kamala Harris.
If Trump decides not to run, the polls show Florida governor Ron DeSantis as the favorite in the republican party.
In that scenerio, DeSantis garners 30% of republican support.
Interestingly enough, Mike Pence would be hot on DeSantis’ heals in that case.
Former President Donald Trump leads the hypothetical 2024 GOP primary by double-digits, a Harvard/Harris Poll released this week found.
The survey asked Republican voters, “If the Republican presidential primary for the 2024 election was held today, who would you vote for? “
According to the survey, a primary with Trump in the mix would be no contest, as he leads his closest potential challenger by 58 points, garnering 67 percent support. No other potential challenger garnered double digit support. Former Vice President Mike Pence came in second with nine percent support, followed by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) with eight percent support.
If Trump decides to run, he has virtually no competition from the GOP:
Joe Biden doesn't have nearly the same lead among democrats as Trump does with republicans:
President Donald Trump certainly looks primed for another run!
A potential Trump win in 2024 has Hillary Clinton terrified:
President Trump himself has hinted at a run in 2024 several times.
Most recently, he even mentioned Ron DeSantis as a good potential VP.
RSB Network has more on that:
Speculation on who Trump would choose as his running mate in 2024 has placed Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis at the forefront. Trump suggested at the event the Florida governor would make a good vice president.
“I think Ron [DeSantis] would be good,” Trump said when asked about potential running mates, during the first night of the “History Tour” in Sunrise, Fla. “I think Mike [Pence] has been very hurt by what took place with respect to January 6. I think he’s been mortally wounded, frankly.”