Regardless of the mainstream media’s reporting, most Americans view President Donald Trump favorably, according to a new poll from Rasmussen Reports.
Among American voters who were polled over the phone and online Rasmussen discovered that 52 percent have a good impression of the 45th president, while GOP voters have an 85 percent favorable impression of Trump.
According to Rasmussen, both of these numbers have risen since January 2021, when he left office.
Additionally, various polls and surveys around the country throughout the course of 2021 confirmed what many Americans probably could already guess: President Trump far more popular than Joe Biden.
A poll conducted by the Trafalgar Group in New Hampshire in December, for example, concluded that voters would definitely choose President Trump over Biden in a hypothetical 2024 matchup. For reference, New Hampshire went blue for Biden in 2020 during the presidential election.
Further, GOP pollster John McLaughlin postulated in October 2021 that President Trump would win in a landslide against Biden if the election were to be held today, according to a previous report from RSBN.
In light of the economic woes facing Americans today, coupled with Biden’s tyrannical and disastrous attempts to implement medical fascism through vaccine mandates on the federal level, many voters seem to be realizing just how good they had it with President Trump.
Even more interestingly, as rampant and shocking allegations of nationwide voter fraud and irregularities flood the country, many people are beginning to wonder if the 2020 presidential election itself accurately represented the will of the people.
According to another new poll from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, 71 percent of Republican voters believe that Biden’s presidency is illegitimate, highlighting the fact that, despite the media narrative that the 2020 presidential election was “safe and secure,” many Americans believe otherwise.
While mainstream pollsters and surveys are beginning to consistently report that President Trump is far more preferred by average voters than Biden could ever hope to be, the road to 2024 seems optimistically on Trump’s side if he decides to run for the presidency one last time.