A new Emerson College poll shows that not much has changed for Republican voters as they look toward the 2024 presidential primary.
Former President Donald Trump, who lost narrowly and still thinks there was significant voter fraud that caused the loss, was the overwhelming favorite in the poll, with 67% support.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis got 10% and was the only other candidate to get double digits in the poll, which also had former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley at seven percent and Vice President Mike Pence at six percent.
Of course, it’s a hypothetical match-up at this point since candidates don’t announce their intentions this early. If Trump decides not to run in 2024, DeSantis is the frontrunner with 32% of the vote.
Most polls that are taken this far out from an election are wildly inaccurate compared to the eventual election results, but it’s no surprise that Trump is still on top when half of his base thinks he actually won in 2020.
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