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New Poll Shows How Liz Cheney Presidential Run Would Impact Trump


RINO Rep. Liz Cheney vowed to do “whatever it takes” to prevent Donald Trump from returning to the White House.

Cheney has hinted at a possible 2024 presidential run.

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However, Cheney might want to think twice about throwing her hat in the ring for president.

A "new Yahoo News/YouGov poll shows that if Cheney were to run for president as an independent in 2024, she could actually do the opposite," Yahoo News reports.

"She could single-handedly swing the election to Trump."

Yahoo News reported:

The survey of 1,563 U.S. adults was conducted from Aug. 18 to 22 — immediately after Cheney lost last Tuesday’s Wyoming House primary to a Trump-backed challenger by nearly 40 percentage points.

It found that if the 2024 election were held today — and if it were a one-on-one rematch between President Biden and Trump — Biden would lead by 4 points among registered voters, 46% to 42%.

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But in a three-way race with Cheney on the ballot as an independent, Trump would suddenly vault to an 8-point lead over Biden, 40% to 32%.

In that scenario, Cheney trails with just 11% of the vote. The problem for Biden is that nearly all of Cheney’s votes come at his expense — and there are enough of them, in theory, to put Trump over the top.

Daily Caller added:

Nineteen percent of those polled said Cheney should run for president, compared with 51% who said she should not. Among Democrats, 30% said she should run, and 10% of Republicans said the same.

Given the choice between Trump, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, and Cheney, 53% of Republican voters ranked Trump as their top choice. Thirty percent of Republicans picked DeSantis, with 6% picking Cheney.


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