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Poll: Trump dominates 2024 Republican primary field

Poll: Trump dominates 2024 Republican primary field. TRUMP DOMINATES NEW GOP 2024 PRIMARY ELECTION POLL.

The Harvard CAPS-Harris poll, published exclusively in The Hill on Monday, found that former President Trump’s decision to mount another bid for the White House was the GOP’s clear choice to win the 2024 presidential nomination.

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In a popular report on The Hill in the United States, they wrote:
Nearly 6 out of 10 Republicans surveyed – 58 percent – said they would vote to get the former president back on the ballot in 2024.

Suggesting that the party is ready and willing to give Trump one more chance after losing to his 2020 President Biden.

It was also seen that the 2024 Republican Party did not match Trump. Former Vice President Mike Pence is in second place with 13% support, according to GOP voters.

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On the other hand, a rising star of the Republican Party, Florida Gov. Ron Desantis, received only 9 percent support in the primary, including Trump. As a result, he is in third place.

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Meanwhile, former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations Nicki Haley and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) Are in fourth place, each with 3 percent support.

However, Mark Penn, co-director of the Harvard CAPS-Harris poll, said, “Although the losing candidates rarely return, Trump has a strong lead in the Republican primary, especially among the most dedicated Republicans.”

Ever since Trump left the White House in January, Donaltram has been playing publicly and privately with the idea of mounting the 2024 presidential election.

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In recent weeks, however, he has begun to indicate that he may be more likely to run again. He has increased his media presence and press statements and he is planning upcoming rallies in Georgia and Iowa, the country’s first presidential Caucasus state.

Of course, the initial race for the 2024 Republican presidency is still a few years away and it is possible that Trump will finally decide against a race.

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