President Donald Trump appears poised to emerge victorious in the great state of Iowa in next year’s anticipated caucuses, with the most recent 2024 GOP presidential polls showing the 45th president as the overwhelming Republican favorite.
The newest data from Fabrizio, Lee & Associates found that Trump held a 26-point lead in the Hawkeye State over Gov. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla.
In late August, the president additionally dominated an important poll from the Des Moines Register that surveyed likely Republican caucus-goers in Iowa, finding that 42 percent preferred President Trump as their first choice for the Republican presidential nomination. Their second choice was Gov. DeSantis at 19 percent.
Iowa’s important caucuses will be held in January 2024, kicking off the important primary election cycle preceding the nation’s anticipated general election in November 2024.
On Saturday, President Trump will visit Iowa once again in Des Moines, where he will make an appearance at a football game featuring the University of Iowa vs. Iowa State University.
Last month, Trump drummed up major enthusiasm in Iowa when he visited the Iowa State Fair, moving through the fairgrounds with an entourage of allies, security, and members of the press. The president shook hands with fairgoers, delivered remarks, bought food for attendees, and drew thousands of onlookers during his trip.
Nationwide, the president is also the favorite to win the Republican nomination in 2024. Per RSBN, Trump won a massive 60 percent of potential GOP voters’ support, according to the most recent data from Morning Consult.
Their poll found that he had a 45-point lead over the runner-up, Gov. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., who won 15 percent of nationwide Republican support.
In August, Trump wrote on Truth Social, “Remember, I got the Farmers 28 Billion Dollars from China, the USMCA Trade Deal (& many others!), saved Ethanol, Social Security, and MediCare, & got Iowa ‘First In the Nation’ status. Nobody else could have done this.”
Watch live coverage of President Trump’s visit to the Iowa football game on Saturday, Sept. 9, at 1:45 p.m. ET on RSBN.