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Remember the GOP primary?

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https://www.newsmax.com/mclaughlin/poll-donald-trump-joe-biden/2023/10/30/id/1140232/


Since our last national poll, Donald Trump has gone to Iowa, New Hampshire and to court. The most attention Joe Biden received was when he flew back and forth to Israel, where he may be talking tough, while appeasing Hamas and Iran.

The result – President Trump destroys the Republican primary field and widens his lead over Joe Biden.

This national poll of 1,000 likely voters (+/-3.1% at the 95% confidence interval), was completed between October 19th and 25th.

In the Republican primary, among all candidates, Donald Trump has his largest lead of the year, +47%, receiving 55% of the vote to Ron DeSantis 8% (way down from 31% in January), Nikki Haley 8%, Vivek Ramaswamy 7%, Mike Pence 6%, Chris Christie 3%, Tim Scott 2%, Larry Elder, Doug Burgum, Asa Hutchinson, Perry Johnson, all received 1% with 10% undecided. After we began the poll, Larry Elder, Perry Johnson and Mike Pence have all ended their campaigns.

In a two-way ballot between President Trump and Ron DeSantis, Trump leads 73% to DeSantis 27%. No undecided.

Most distressing for Ron DeSantis is the serious rise of his negative ratings. In January, among all voters, DeSantis had a favorable to unfavorable rating of 40% favorable to 39% unfavorable. Now DeSantis’ favorable rating among all voters has declined to 34% while his unfavorable rating rose to 51%. This is a big net decrease, -18%.

Among all voters President Trump leads Joe Biden 48% to 43% with 9% undecided. Most interesting President Trump receives 27% of the African American vote and 39% among Hispanics. Joe Biden is losing a good portion of his 2020 voting base.

A key reason for President Trump’s lead is that among all voters 70% say the country is on the wrong track. Only 24% say we’re headed in the right direction. Among the undecided voters, 76% say wrong track.


Huge majority calls for ending the primary and going after Biden
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  • PurpleJPurpleJ Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 36,268
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  • UW_Doog_BotUW_Doog_Bot Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 13,969
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    Still tim to get on the boat @46XiJCAB




    Just don't get on our boat.
    PurpleJ
  • GoduckiesGoduckies Member Posts: 5,269
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    Surprisingly DeSantis ran a poor campaign... too bad.

    Hopefully Trump can stay away from his usual landmines that will be there once the primary is decided... i still have my doubts.
  • Pitchfork51Pitchfork51 Member Posts: 26,487
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    The republicans seem to have no plan. What happens after trump loses? Who's up next against newsome in 2028
  • RaceBannonRaceBannon Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 100,000
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    This should help

    A conservative advocacy group backing Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is set to launch a $550,000 ad campaign in Iowa taking aim at Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump on the issue of abortion, The Hill reported Monday.

    The campaign, set to be launched by the group And To The Republic (ATTR), will hit Trump on his criticism of 6-week abortion bans, signed into law by Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds in July. Trump, who has consistently warned that strict abortion laws will cost Republicans elections, called heartbeat bills a "terrible thing" last month.

    Specifically, Trump was reacting to DeSantis' decision to sign into a law a similar 6-week abortion ban.
    UW_Doog_BotPurpleJ
  • SourcesSources Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 3,790
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    This should help

    A conservative advocacy group backing Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is set to launch a $550,000 ad campaign in Iowa taking aim at Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump on the issue of abortion, The Hill reported Monday.

    The campaign, set to be launched by the group And To The Republic (ATTR), will hit Trump on his criticism of 6-week abortion bans, signed into law by Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds in July. Trump, who has consistently warned that strict abortion laws will cost Republicans elections, called heartbeat bills a "terrible thing" last month.

    Specifically, Trump was reacting to DeSantis' decision to sign into a law a similar 6-week abortion ban.

    $550k to destroy what's left of Ron's campaign. How do people get paid for this shit?
    PurpleJ
  • RoadTripRoadTrip Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 7,119
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    The republicans seem to have no plan. What happens after trump loses? Who's up next against newsome in 2028

    Who cares? The GOP is full of frauds but unlike the unmasked communists and racists in the RAT party, these cowardly cucks like to get rich in the shadows. Burn it all down.
    BlueduckMelloDawg
  • RaceBannonRaceBannon Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 100,000
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    So we have record percentages of blacks browns and Arabs going GOP for Trump


    And the GOP remains desperate to stop Trump
    BlueduckUW_Doog_BotSwaye
  • PurpleJPurpleJ Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 36,268
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    Sources said:

    This should help

    A conservative advocacy group backing Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is set to launch a $550,000 ad campaign in Iowa taking aim at Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump on the issue of abortion, The Hill reported Monday.

    The campaign, set to be launched by the group And To The Republic (ATTR), will hit Trump on his criticism of 6-week abortion bans, signed into law by Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds in July. Trump, who has consistently warned that strict abortion laws will cost Republicans elections, called heartbeat bills a "terrible thing" last month.

    Specifically, Trump was reacting to DeSantis' decision to sign into a law a similar 6-week abortion ban.

    $550k to destroy what's left of Ron's campaign. How do people get paid for this shit?
    More importantly, how do I get in on that action?
  • Bob_CBob_C Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 8,575
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    PurpleJ said:

    Sources said:

    This should help

    A conservative advocacy group backing Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is set to launch a $550,000 ad campaign in Iowa taking aim at Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump on the issue of abortion, The Hill reported Monday.

    The campaign, set to be launched by the group And To The Republic (ATTR), will hit Trump on his criticism of 6-week abortion bans, signed into law by Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds in July. Trump, who has consistently warned that strict abortion laws will cost Republicans elections, called heartbeat bills a "terrible thing" last month.

    Specifically, Trump was reacting to DeSantis' decision to sign into a law a similar 6-week abortion ban.

    $550k to destroy what's left of Ron's campaign. How do people get paid for this shit?
    More importantly, how do I get in on that action?
    I’ll put you in touch with Dino, he knows how the grift works.
  • RaceBannonRaceBannon Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 100,000
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    https://www.newsmax.com/newsfront/rick-scott-trump-2024-election/2023/11/02/id/1140735/

    Florida Republican Sen. Rick Scott is calling for members of his party to “unite behind” former President Donald Trump in his bid to reclaim the White House in 2024.

    “I am optimistic that we can return America to its rightful position of economic and military strength and the undisputed moral leader of the free world, but only with strong leadership in the White House,” Scott said in an opinion column published by Newsweek Thursday. “That is why I support my friend President Donald J. Trump to be the 47th president of the United States and encourage every Republican to unite behind his efforts to win back the White House. It's time for the Republican Party to come together, behind one candidate, and declare with one voice that we are united in our efforts to defeat Joe Biden and rescue America.”
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  • PurpleJPurpleJ Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 36,268
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    Can’t even get endorsements in his own state. Sad!
    RaceBannon
  • PurpleThrobberPurpleThrobber Member Posts: 41,515
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    So Liz Cheney in lifts is against Trump.

    WEF controlled opposition flag bearers.

  • GoduckiesGoduckies Member Posts: 5,269
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    So Liz Cheney in lifts is against Trump.

    WEF controlled opposition flag bearers.

    Seams like a pretty fair quote to me,
    If Trump is convicted in his mind the voters shouldn't elect Trump. That's a fair position
  • RaceBannonRaceBannon Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 100,000
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    Goduckies said:

    So Liz Cheney in lifts is against Trump.

    WEF controlled opposition flag bearers.

    Seams like a pretty fair quote to me,
    If Trump is convicted in his mind the voters shouldn't elect Trump. That's a fair position
    DeSantis is a moron

    https://www.newsmax.com/newsfront/trump-pac-commercials/2023/11/03/id/1140860/

    A conservative group opposing Donald Trump has shelved four commercials highlighting the former president's legal problems due to the spots' failure to influence Republican voters, Politico reported.

    Win It Back PAC in late September tested the four ads. The group’s hope was that they would convince GOP voters Trump should not head the party's 2024 national ticket.

    The PAC conducted a survey of 3,075 Republican voters nationwide to measure how each ad would affect Trump’s level of support against the full field of primary candidates, as well as in a prospective head-to-head matchup with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.

    All of the ads failed, Politico reported. In fact, three of the four actually boosted Trump’s support.

    The New York Times previously reported that Win It Back PAC’s David McIntosh told donors that after extensive testing of more than 40 anti-Trump television ads, "all attempts to undermine his conservative credentials on specific issues were ineffective."

    "All four ads tested failed to move support away from Trump on both the primary ballot and two-way ballot with DeSantis, relative to a strongly pro-Trump baseline," read a memo obtained by Politico.


    DeSantis is working for Biden at this point
    Sledog
  • PurpleThrobberPurpleThrobber Member Posts: 41,515
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    Goduckies said:

    So Liz Cheney in lifts is against Trump.

    WEF controlled opposition flag bearers.

    Seams like a pretty fair quote to me,
    If Trump is convicted in his mind the voters shouldn't elect Trump. That's a fair position
    The fair position is to call out the Kangaroo Court case being held in New York.

    RaceBannonSledogBlueduck
  • RaceBannonRaceBannon Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 100,000
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    https://www.newsmax.com/john-gizzi/nikki-haley-2024-donald-trump/2023/11/03/id/1140908/

    Aside from Donald Trump's continuing big lead in every poll, the biggest development in the Republican presidential battle has been the very dramatic rise of Nikki Haley.

    In recent weeks, the former South Carolina governor and United Nations ambassador has rocketed to second place in Iowa polls while showing considerable strength in the first-in-the-nation New Hampshire primary.

    Haley's rise clearly appears to come at the expense of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who was long considered the first GOP alternative to Trump.

    The just-completed Iowa Poll showed Trump with 43% among likely GOP caucusgoers, followed by Haley and DeSantis tied for second place with 16%.

    "That's a drop of 3% points for DeSantis, who was the first choice of 19% of caucusgoers in August.

    And it's a 10-point jump for Haley, who was at 6% in the August poll," noted the Des Moines Register, which co-sponsored the Iowa Poll along with NBC-TV.

    In New Hampshire, where popular GOP Gov. Chris Sununu is expected to endorse Haley soon, two polls have shown the South Carolinian moving to second place behind Trump and ahead of DeSantis.

    A Suffolk University Poll among likely Republican primary voters showed Trump at 49%, Haley 19%, and DeSantis 10%.

    Public Opinion Strategies (POS) polling similarly showed Trump at 46%, Haley at 18%, and DeSantis 12%.

    "Right now, [Haley] is the safest spot for the never-Trumpers to go," former Attorney General Tom Rath, a veteran of Republican presidential campaigns in New Hampshire for four decades, told Newsmax.
  • RaceBannonRaceBannon Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 100,000
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    Derek should charge for Tug access

    Your trusted source for news
    Bob_C
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