President Donald Trump is widely regarded as the Grand Canyon State’s top presidential candidate, having easily won the top spot in a recent hypothetical Republican primary poll.
President Trump was leading possible competitor Gov. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., by a margin of 47 percent to 24 percent, according to a J.L. Partners poll shared by The Hill and conducted between April 10 to April 12 with 550 Republican and undeclared Arizonan voters.
The gap widened even more as President Trump led former Vice President Mike Pence and former Rep. Liz Cheney by a stunning 43 percent, MAGA War Room shared on Twitter. Arizonans also favored Trump over former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley by 44 percent.
However, President Trump is not just the clear favorite in Arizona, he has been leading polls everywhere.
“Polls are looking GREAT! New Poll, 61-19 against DeSanctimonious,” the president wrote, according to RSBN.
Although the precise poll the president was alluding to is unclear, RSBN reported that Trump managed to lead DeSantis by more than 30 points following his arraignment in New York.
Additionally, a recent YouGov poll showed that President Trump had a commanding 58 percent lead in a GOP primary contest.
Aside from maintaining a consistent lead over other GOP candidates, the Trump team disclosed $18.8 million in campaign funding in the first quarter of the year, according to RSBN.
In the two weeks following the president’s indictment by a Manhattan grand jury, the campaign raised an additional $15.4 million.