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CPAC 2022 Presidential Straw Poll Results Just Revealed


The American public has spoken!

CPAC is holding their annual convention right now and President Trump is set to speak soon, later this afternoon.

And just before he is set to take the stage, CPAC has released the results of their Straw Poll for President.

Any guesses who won? 😁

It’s D-J-T in a landslide baby!

Take a look:

Fox News had some more details:

Former President Donald Trump convincingly won the 2024 GOP presidential nomination straw poll at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) three-day gathering in Texas

Trump, who’s repeatedly teased making another presidential run in 2024 to try and return to the White House, captured 69.1% of ballots cast in the anonymous online straw poll, according to results announced by CPAC on Saturday.

The support for the former president, who remains the most popular and influential politician in the Republican Party and continues to play a kingmaker’s role in GOP primaries, is up from his 59% showing in the anonymous online straw poll at the CPAC gathering in Orlando, Florida in February.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis came in second on the 2024 presidential nomination question, at 23.7%, down from his 28% showing at CPAC in Orlando five months ago.

DeSantis has seen his popularity surge among Republican voters in his state and around the nation over the past two and a half years, thanks in large part to his relentless pushback against COVID-19 restrictions amid the coronavirus pandemic as well as his aggressive actions in the culture wars.

Meanwhile, Americano Media conducted their own straw poll of Hispanics and these results might really stun you: Trump 81%!


How about you?

Let’s do an unofficial WLT poll and see what you all think:


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