Trump dominates AGAIN in new poll, maintains his spot as the clear favorite for 2024 primary nomination

by Summer Lane

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President Trump demonstrated his command over a field of potential 2024 primary candidates in a new poll from Premise, which shows Trump firmly in control with 59 percent of Republican support compared to Gov. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., who had just 24 percent.

This poll was based on a survey taken among 2,228 Americans between Jan. 19 and Jan. 23 over the Premise smartphone app.

According to Premise, Trump’s lead in the survey is “the largest it has been in our polls since November.” They conduct this type of poll biweekly.

Among hypothetical Republican contenders for the 2024 primary nomination, former Vice President Mike Pence captured eight percent of support, former Sen. Liz Cheney garnered three percent, former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley garnered two percent, and Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., netted just one percent.

At this point, no other candidate aside from President Trump and Gov. Ron DeSantis has managed to accrue more than single-digit support.

So far, Trump is the only person who has officially announced a 2024 presidential candidacy.

Trump’s clean sweep of the board comes hot on the heels of a series of impressive poll numbers demonstrating his concrete position as the leader of the Republican Party. Via RSBN, Trump also emerged triumphant in a recent Emerson College poll, which found that the 45th president netted 55 percent of support for the 2024 nomination among Republican voters, while Gov. DeSantis netted only 29 percent. Incredibly, this demonstrates a 26-point spread between the two conservative leaders.

Another survey tracking primary polling trends by Morning Consult found that the president held 49 percent of Republican support against DeSantis’s 30 percent.

Interestingly, the Premise poll also found that Democrat voters are split 50-50 over whether Joe Biden should run for president again in 2024, with a meager 33 percent of them supporting Kamala Harris as the next best choice. A whopping 67 percent of respondents indicated that they would rather see another candidate.

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