Two-thirds of Republicans want President Donald Trump to run for the White House again in 2024, while 79 percent of those who cast a ballot for Trump say they believe the election was stolen from him due to fraud, new polling shows.
Seven Letter’s 2020 Voter Priorities Survey found that 66 per cent of Republicans want to see Trump run in four years, while just 41 per cent of independents and 26 per cent of Democrats felt the same way.
The polling proved that Trump’s false claims about widespread fraud have been resonating with his supporters, as 62 per cent of Trump voters said they do not accept the results of the 2020 race.
New polling found that 66 per cent of Republicans want to see President Donald Trump run for office in 2024, while 70 per cent who cast a ballot for Trump said they believed the election was stolen from him
President Donald Trump has been making false claims about widespread voter fraud in an effort to overturn the election’s result against President-elect Joe Biden. Even 67 per cent of Republican voters wanted a peaceful transition of power to the Biden-Harris administration
Vice President Mike Pence and President Donald Trump are the clear frontrunners in the 2024 GOP primary. Donald Trump Jr. does better then some more well known Republican figures like Sen. Marco Rubio and Sen. Tom Cotton
New polling found that 66 per cent of Republicans wanted to see President Donald Trump run for the White House again, while 67 per cent of Republicans also wanted to see him peacefully transfer power to the Biden administration
However, while there is appetite among some Republicans, 63 per cent, for the president to take the election to the Supreme Court and challenge it, there’s more support, even among his own party – 67 per cent of Republicans – to peacefully transition to the Biden administration.
A majority of Democrats (78 per cent), Republicans (86 per cent) and independents (82 per cent) agree they want Trump to call for national unity.
A little more than a third, 38 per cent, of Republicans want Trump to stay in the White House and refuse to give up power.
Not surprisingly, far fewer Democrats and independents want to see Trump dig his feet in.
Twenty-five per cent of Democrats said Trump should refuse to leave, while 26 per cent of independents shared that sentiment.
Trump and Vice President Mike Pence are the Republican Party’s clear frontrunners for the 2024 nomination.
Overall, when Republicans, Trump voters and independents are all weighed, Pence averages the most support with 48 per cent.
Trump averages 46 per cent.
When Trump voters alone are singled out, the president gets the highest marks of any Republican.
Sixty per cent of Trump voters say they’ll be most prone to back him again in 2024.
Pence gets a slightly lower number of Trump voters with 58 per cent.
Other Republicans aren’t even close.
When support from Republicans, Trump voters and independents are averaged, the Republican that follows Pence and Trump is Sen. Ted Cruz, with 29 per cent support.
After that is Donald Trump Jr. with 27 per cent support, former U.N. Amb. Nikki Haley with 26 per cent support and Sen. Marco Rubio with 21 per cent support.