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One Surprising Group Could Be Key to Trump Primary Win

Former President Donald Trump is still the preferred Republican candidate for the 2024 presidential election among Republican women, far outpacing both Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley.

A new poll found that 40% of Republican women voters would support Trump for the 2024 election, almost twice the amount that DeSantis received. The Florida governor earned 23% of the votes, while Haley followed behind at 9% and former Vice President Mike Pence received just 8%, according to the poll released by Fox News.

The poll also asked respondents who their second choice would be, with DeSantis coming out on top at 25% support. Trump and Pence were tied at 13% for second place, while Haley only received 9%.

When respondents were asked who they would pick between Trump and Haley, the former president took the majority of the votes, earning 67% support against Haley’s 23%. The other 10% was made of 1% of respondents who said they would not vote, 7% saying they would support someone else, and 3% saying they did not know.

The respondents were also asked what they thought of President Joe Biden, with 91% disapproving of his performance as president and 8% approving of it.

Both Trump and Haley have announced their candidacy in the 2024 presidential election. DeSantis and Pence have yet to announce if they will run in the next presidential election, though both are seen as likely contenders, with DeSantis viewed as Trump’s biggest rival.

READ 17 COMMENTS
  • gary says:

    trump for president 4 more years . desantis vice president 4years, then president for 8 years as president to repair the damage the demorats have caused.then prosecute all the corrupt dems

  • Grandpa says:

    Why is this news ‘surprising’?

  • Gary says:

    Republican women have always been smarter than the dempncratic women.

  • Eddie Harigel says:

    Don’t know anyone that would be seriously considered after not showing up at cpac

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