President Donald Trump is breaking barriers left and right in his historic quest to reclaim the White House in 2024, and this time he’s powerfully earning the support of Republican women.
In a poll conducted by The Economist/YouGov, Republicans and Republican-leaning Independents were asked who they would prefer to see win the GOP presidential nomination in 2024.
In their poll, 54 percent of women indicated that they would prefer to see Donald Trump as the Republican presidential nominee, while only 16 percent said that they would like to see Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) as the party’s choice.
This is a significant win for Trump in terms of polling amid years-long chatter from the mainstream media that the 45th president couldn’t win over female voters. His current support from conservative women indicates that not only can he win their support – he is continuing to build momentum with voters across the board.
Per RSBN, Trump is dominating the GOP primary polls nationwide, especially on the heels of his federal indictment on Tuesday. In the newest Morning Consult 2024 GOP Primary Tracker, Trump took a monstrous 40-point lead nationwide over Gov. DeSantis, further cementing his command as the lead presidential candidate going into next year’s general election.
A new national Republican primary poll from the UMass Amherst also found that Trump was holding a 30-point lead over DeSantis. In a head-to-head matchup for the primary nomination, Trump still led with a strong 16 points.
In a HarrisX poll looking at the Republican primary nationwide, Trump additionally held a 36-point lead over DeSantis. No other declared GOP candidate has managed to net double digits in the polls so far.
Trump’s indictment on Tuesday on 37 counts related to the ongoing federal probe into the allegedly “classified” documents taken from the president’s home in Mar-a-Lago has only seemed to boost his support among Republican voters.