President Trump is surging with American voters. Polls have President Trump winning the popular vote against President Biden in 2024.
This will give President Trump a clear win via the Electoral College. Expect the Left’s deranged efforts to derail the Trump campaign to intensify in the months ahead.
The other Republican Party presidential candidates must suspend their campaigns immediately and get behind President Trump.
By RSBN, Aug 28th, 2023
As the 2024 general election marches closer, President Donald Trump is in a dominant position to win back the White House next November.
New general election polling shows the 45th president leading Biden nationwide. According to Emerson College, Trump has a 5-point lead in a three-way battle for the nomination between himself, Biden, and Green Party candidate Cornel West.
Another new poll from Reuters/Ipsos illustrated Trump’s powerful position looking ahead to the 2024 general election. Their national data found that President Donald Trump had 38 percent support among general election respondents, including Democrats, Republicans, and Independents.
🇺🇲 2024 Presidential General Election
(R) Trump 47%
(D) Biden 43%
(R) Trump 50%
(D) Harris 40%
(R) Trump 42%
(D) Biden 41%
(G) West 6%
(R) Trump 39%
(D) Biden 38%
(NL) Manchin 7%
(G) West 5%
⦿ @jmclghln (Trump's pollster)
⦿ 1,000 LV | 8/15-23 |D36/R36/I28…
— InteractivePolls (@IAPolls2022) August 24, 2023
Joe Biden had 32 percent of support. Among Republicans in their poll, Trump held 52 percent of support, gaining five more points of support since August 3. Republican presidential candidate Gov. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., held 13 percent support, illustrating neither a point gain nor loss for the Florida leader since the beginning of the month.
The energy is shifting pic.twitter.com/Vevlq1cGeh
— Citizen Free Press (@CitizenFreePres) August 27, 2023
Trump can’t win? pic.twitter.com/wUAFL9wTW8
— Red Lion Politics (@lion_politics) August 28, 2023
No DeSantis bounce from Republican debate: Reuters/Ipsos poll finds DeSantis stuck in distant 2nd place with 13% of support of Republican respondents while Trump, had 52%, marginally higher than the 47% he received in a Reuters/Ipsos poll in early Augusthttps://t.co/NakNvpKFCe pic.twitter.com/zJe8CXjxe2
— Andrew Bostom, MD, MS (@andrewbostom) August 28, 2023
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