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Poll Finds Ohio Residents Increasingly Likely to Vote for Trump Following Mar-a-Lago Raid


The FBI raid on President Donald Trump may backfire in a big way.

According to a recent Emerson poll, citizens in Ohio claim they are now more likely to vote for President Trump in 2024.

This may also have an influence on the Ohio midterms as well.

Governor Mike DeWine currently has a 16 point lead against his democrat challenger Nan Whaley.

Ohio republican Senate candidate J.D. Vance also has a 3-point lead over his opponent Tim Ryan.

Republicans currently have a 10-point lead in terms of the generic congressional ballot.

Fox News has the latest on Ohio voters:

Republicans are leading in the Ohio midterm election according to new poll, which also found voters are more likely to support former President Trump following the FBI raid of his Mar-a-Lago home.

An Emerson College Polling survey of voters in the Buckeye State suggested that the Republicans have a ten-point advantage on the generic congressional ballot with 51% support, compared to 41% who said they would be likely voting for a Democratic candidate this fall.

Meanwhile, many voters say that they are MORE LIKELY to vote for President Trump in 2024 following the FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago:

When asked who they would rather vote for in a hypothetical 2024 presidential election, Trump lead the race with 53% of the Ohio vote, ahead of President Biden’s 32%. A plurality of Ohio voters said that the recent FBI raid on Trump’s Florida home made them more likely to vote for him if he decides to run.

Polling from Emerson shows Ohio governor Mike Dewine leading by 16 points over his democrat challenger.

Meanwhile, republican J.D. Vance is ahead by 3 points in the Senate race.

National Review has the latest:

Ohio Republican governor Mike DeWine leads his Democratic opponent Nan Whaley by 16 points — 49 percent to 33 percent — in the latest poll of the race. The same Emerson poll, conducted August 15–16, shows Ohio GOP Senate candidate J. D. Vance leading his Democratic opponent Tim Ryan by just three points — 45 percent to 42 percent.



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