(POLL) Trump holds large lead over potential 2024 GOP candidates

Months ahead of the first 2024 primaries, former President Donald Trump leads his would-be challengers for the Republican presidential nomination by a substantial margin.

That’s according to Rasmussen Reports.

The survey, conducted before Tim Scott’s entry to the race, finds that 62% of likely Republican voters would vote for Trump in the primaries, while 17% say they would choose Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.

Several other announced or possible 2024 Republican candidates have single-digit support among GOP voters: Former Vice President Mike Pence (6%), former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley (5%), former Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson (3%) and businessman Vivek Ramaswamy (2%). 

Sixty-five percent (65%) of all likely U.S. voters say it’s at least “somewhat likely” they’ll vote in next year’s Republican primaries, including 52% who say it’s “very likely” they’ll vote in the 2024 GOP primaries.

Among those who say it is “very likely” they’ll vote in next year’s Republican primaries, Trump’s lead is somewhat smaller – 53% to 18% for DeSantis – followed by Pence (4%), Haley (4%), Hutchinson (3%) and Ramaswamy.

To see survey question wording, click here.

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4 thoughts on “(POLL) Trump holds large lead over potential 2024 GOP candidates”

  1. Just what the Dems are hoping for.
    Note the flurry of anti-DeSantis rhetoric being pushed by the AmeriKan media. This will continue ad nauseum.
    Strategic, because they know they have a much better chance of winning the next election if Trump advances through the primaries.

  2. Polling is not voting!
    In my opinion, illegal vote counting in Arizona, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin and Nevada has not been abolished corrected by their state legislatures.
    2024 will be no different than 2020.
    Sometimes “Reality Sucks”.

  3. Am I seeing a repeat of 2020? Pollsters saying Trump way out front, huge crowds at his rallies, its looking bad for Biden. His age, his non existent rallies, his very low approval rating. Guess what he still won, wonder how that happened? Watch 2024, I smell a rat sneaking around in the dark.

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