DONALD TRUMP HOLDS COMMANDING LEAD IN IOWA REPUBLICAN CAUCUS POLL
According to a poll released by the Trump campaign, Donald Trump continues to lead the Republican Party and is still the top pick among GOP participants in the Iowa caucuses.
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According to the Trump campaign, a McLaughlin & Associates poll found President Trump to be the “clear frontrunner” among GOP presidential caucus voters. In several candidate and head-to-head ballots, the 45th president easily defeated possible competitor Gov. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla.
In a multiple-candidate vote, President Trump won with 54 percent of the vote, building a 34-point lead over DeSantis, according to a poll of 500 likely Iowa Republican Caucus voters taken from April 27 to April 30. In a comparable contest, President Trump defeated DeSantis, winning with 57 percent of the vote.
Nevertheless, across a number of significant voting blocs among GOP caucus voters, President Trump was without a doubt the favorite. President Trump had more support than any previous Republican candidate from voters who identified as highly conservative and pro-life, as well as from agricultural households and people over the age of 55.
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The study points out that since caucus attendees “ultimately determine the winner,” President Trump’s support among Iowa caucus attendees increases his chances of obtaining the GOP nomination.
According to RSBN, a different recently updated survey analyzing Iowa voters’ preferences demonstrated President Trump’s 30-point advantage in a six-way race. Moreover, Victory Insights asserted that if the caucuses were held today, President Trump would have a “100% probability of winning.”
Iowans are preparing for Trump’s weekend visit to the Hawkeye State for a new campaign rally for 2024.
“I am heading to Des Moines this Saturday to rally with the Great People of Iowa!” the president announced. “Unlike Joe Biden, I protected Iowa’s First-in-the-Nation Caucuses, and always will.”