Given all the issues being mishandled by the Biden administration, it’s no question that conservatives are clamoring to bring former President Donald Trump back in office.
With 2022 comes the upcoming midterm elections. If the Republican Party manages to take back their majority in Congress, this victory will set a major precedent for the 2024 elections.
Apart from this, it seems many conservative Americans also want Trump back in the White House over Ron DeSantis and other Republican aspirants.
For a poll to be considered legitimate, it needs 2,000 respondents. The following survey had 4,407 adult respondents, and out of all of them, only 14% were not sure who to back.
According to a report by Newsmax, Trump is still the leading candidate for the Republican Party for the 2024 elections and by a wide margin. He enjoys a 43-percentage-point. This is according to the most recent Reuters/Ipsos poll that was published on Friday.
2024 National Republican Primary Poll:
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In the poll, 54% of respondents want to see Trump win as president in the 2024 polls. He is followed by DeSantis at 11%, Former Vice President Mike Pence at 8%, Former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley at 4%, and Sen. Ted Cruz at 3%.
Trump Wants Team to Start Preparing for 2024
The former president stated that he wants his political team to begin preparations for a 2024 run to get a second term that the U.S. “denied him,” according to Mark Meadows, Trump’s former staff chief and current top adviser.
In his new book that was published today, “The Chief’s Chief,” Meadows mentioned that the former president’s call came after the chaotic way that the current administration handled the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan. Regarding this issue, Trump blamed Biden and Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Mark Milley for how disastrous the pull-out turned out to be.
Meadows wrote that in his conversation with the former president, Trump said: “We have to be ready … We have to do it again for the sake of our great country.”