Suburban and rural voters help President Trump retain his poll advantage, especially in Texas, despite endless court fights.
As expected, President Trump’s campaign generates a lot of money, especially from Texas suburbs. President Trump raised $3.8M, while Gov. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., and Nikki Haley raised half that amount, according to Hot Air. Due to modest contributors and his past indictments, support increased.
This advantage in Texas is good since Trump will campaign in Texas on Nov. 2.
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The newest University of Texas/Texas Politics Project Poll shows that President Trump dominates Republican contenders and Joe Biden. The poll of 1,200 registered voters from October 5 to 17 showed Trump leading Biden with 43%. Biden got 37% of the vote.
Trump led the Republican field with 67%, DeSantis with 13%, and Haley with 7%.
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Also asked: “Is Joe Biden too old to be president in 2024?” 81 percent of Independents agreed.
According to an RSBN survey, President Trump leads other states by 49 points. In this Morning Consult survey, President Trump leads with 62 percent, followed by DeSantis with 13 percent, Haley with 7 percent, and Vivek Ramaswamy with 6 percent.
Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves (R) endorsed President Trump again, bolstering his Republican support.