With about four months left until the start of the party’s primary to select the Republican candidate for next year’s U.S. presidential election, former U.S. President Donald Trump appears to be continuing to struggle. According to the results of a poll commissioned by CNN from the public opinion polling agency SSRS and conducted on 1,503 American adults from the 25th to the 31st of last month, after the first Republican primary candidate debate, and announced on the 5th (local time), the tendency is to support the
Republican Party . 52% of voters said they supported former President Trump.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis followed with 18% of support, showing a gap of more than 30 percentage points with former President Trump, who came in first.
However, Governor DeSantis was the only candidate other than former President Trump to show double-digit approval ratings.
Former Vice President Mike Pence and former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley followed with 7%, followed by prominent candidate Vivek Ramaswamy with 6%, and Congressman Tim Scott with 3%.
In the case of Candidate Ramaswamy, who continued the most aggressive attitude in the first debate, his approval rating was only 1% in the survey last June, but this time his approval rating rose to 6%, confirming that he had a great effect from the debate.
43% of Republican voters also responded that they had solidified their support for former President Trump. The remaining 20% appeared to support another candidate, and 37% responded that they had not yet made up their mind.
61% of respondents predicted that former President 스포츠토토Trump would become the Republican primary candidate. In a survey of 600 Republican voters conducted by the Wall Street Journal (WAJ) from the 24th to the 30th of last month, former President Trump’s approval rating recorded 59%, up 11 percentage points from last
Governor DeSantis saw his approval rating fall by 13 percentage points, to just 13%. The gap between the two reached 46 percentage points.
Former President Trump, who was recently indicted for the fourth time in Georgia on charges of interference in the presidential election, is consolidating his support base in proportion to his snowballing judicial risk.
However, even among Republican voters, there appears to be quite a bit of concern about former President Trump’s indictment.
In a CNN survey, 44% of Republican-leaning respondents said they were seriously concerned about the possibility that former President Trump’s indictment would have a negative impact on his competitiveness in the general election.
The remaining 56% raised their hands saying ‘not concerned’.
When expanded to all respondents, more than half (51%) said that former President Trump should be disqualified from running for office due to the indictment related to the January 6 storming of the Congress.
Additionally, 47% of all respondents assessed that former President Trump faced such a large number of indictments as a result of his own actions.