Latest 2024 Poll Shows Trump’s Favorability in Potential Reelection Campaign


Donald Trump has long insisted that he is still one of the most powerful people within the Republican Party, and who can blame him?  This is a former President who has endured a marathon of attacks from the liberal left, the mainstream media, and even members of his own party.  Who on earth can stop him now?

Well, according to a new poll regarding the 2024 election:  No one can.

Former President Donald Trump is dominating the Republican Primary in a hypothetical matchup, a Reuters/Ipsos survey found.

They survey asked all respondents, “Thinking about the presidential election in 2024, who would you support as the Republican nominee for president?”

Overall, a majority, 54 percent, of Republicans said they would support Trump. Only one other potential candidate garnered double digit support — Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R), who saw 11 percent support. However, that still leaves him 43 points behind the former president.

And then…

The survey also looked at the favorability of Trump, finding 46 percent at least leaning toward a favorable view, compared to 56 percent who are at least leaning toward having an unfavorable view. However, 82 percent of Republicans have a favorable view of Trump, including 52 percent who say they have a “very” favorable view.

The survey, taken December 13-17, 2021,among 4,406 adults, has a margin of error of +/- 1.7 percent.

The survey yields similar results to a Harvard/Harris survey released last month, which found Trump leading the Republican Primary field by 58 percentage points.

Trump is believed to be waiting out the 2022 midterm elections before making any serious commitments to running again, but, given these numbers, there is little doubt that he’ll be bulldozing his way through the GOP primaries yet again in just a few years’ time.