Two new polls show had bad Trump’s slide in popularity is….
And the rise of Florida Republican Governor DeSantis continues….
The poll has DeSantis with tiny lead over Trump in favoribity…..
And in one poll DeSantis ties Biden , while Trump trails Biden by 10% points….
Out in Utah and admittily small Red state ?
Trump finishes BEHIND DeSantis and GOP piranha Liz Chneny….
One wonders how long the Grand ole Party is gonna be farid of jettisoning the ex-President who appears to be heavier and HEAVIER excess political baggage…
A new [Dec 1 release ] Marquette Law School Poll national survey finds Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has pulled into a tie with President Joe Biden in a hypothetical 2024 matchup, with each receiving 42% support from registered voters nationwide. DeSantis has increased his support in polling since January, while Biden’s support has remained stable. Some 15% say they would prefer someone else or would not vote.
Biden continues to lead former President Donald Trump in a 2024 rematch with 44% to Trump’s 34%, while 23% say they prefer someone else or would not vote. The trend in preference between Biden and Trump is shown….
Among Republican registered voters, DeSantis has become steadily better known and seen more favorably since January, with 68% holding a favorable opinion, 10% unfavorable, and 22% saying they don’t know enough to give a rating. In January, 57% were favorable, 9% were unfavorable, and 34% lacked an opinion of DeSantis…
Among Republican registered voters, Trump is seen favorably by 67% and unfavorably by 32%, with 1% failing to give an opinion. Trump’s recent high-water mark for favorability was in July when 76% had a favorable opinion and 22% an unfavorable opinion….
If the Republican presidential primary were held today, only 14.6% of Utahns would vote for the former president.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis topped the list at 24.2%, followed by Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney, who lost her reelection bid to a Trump-endorsed candidate, at 16.4%. Former Vice President Mike Pence and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz both had 6%, while former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley came in at 3.7%.
In the poll, 20.7% of respondents didn’t know who they would vote for and 8.5% would choose another candidate. Those results reflect all voters regardless of party affiliation.
Jason Perry, director of the Hinckley Institute of Politics at the University of Utah, said Trump’s influence appears to be declining.
“His power, his command over the Republican Party seems to be waning to the point that when you ask Utah Republicans if they would consider a different candidate, they clearly would,” he said….