Poll Shows Trump has 20-Point Lead Over DeSantis Among FLORIDA Republicans

Governor Ron DeSantis has made a potentially disastrous mistake. He listened to the Trump-hating Republican Party establishment, and launched a presidential campaign against President Trump.

Governor DeSantis needs to suspend his presidential campaign and endorse President Trump, before he completely destroys any chance he has at running for POTUS in 2028.

Poll shows Trump has 20-point lead over DeSantis among Florida Republicans

By Yahoo, July 10th, 2023

Florida Republican voters gave Gov. Ron DeSantis an huge reelection victory in 2022, but a poll released Monday shows they overwhelmingly prefer former President Donald Trump for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination.

Trump has a 20-point lead over DeSantis.

The Florida Atlantic University/Mainstreet Research/PolCom Lab poll showed Trump at 50% among the state’s Republican voters. DeSantis was in a distant second place, with 30%.

That’s almost the same as RealClearPolitics average of national polls, which show a 32-point lead for Trump, with 33% for the former president and 21% for the Florida governor.

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  1. Royal Allen Brown III
    Royal Allen Brown III says:

    FL Atlantic Univ Poll has proven to be very leftist oriented and not to be believed – in reality Trump most likey leades DeSantis in FL by 30-40%.

    DeSantis is, in fact hurting himself for 2028 POTUS run and should withdraw now from 2024 Primary. We in FL elected him to be our Governor full time, not part time. He did a great job before he and RPOF changed rules and allowed him to simultaneously run for POTUS while remaining Governor. This is not fair to the peole of FL who worked hard to re-elect him by a landslide.


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