Donald Trump has clear advantage among Republican primary voters.

Donald Trump or Ron DeSantis? Who’s dominating Republican presidential nomination basis latest survey

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is fighting hard against former US President Donald Trump in the contest for the Republican nomination for president of the United States in 2024, and things are getting more exciting by the minute. According to a recent New York Times/Siena College survey, Trump maintains a commanding 37% lead over DeSantis, his closest rival, despite being charged and serving time in prison.

According to the poll, Trump dominates almost all demographic groups and geographical areas, and Republican voters do not appear to be particularly concerned about his legal issues.

Ron DeSantis’ attempts to present himself as a more electable and successful alternative to Trump have not really taken off. The majority of Republicans still support the previous president, even those who are deeply driven by DeSantis’ causes like combating “radical woke ideology.”

Ron DeSantis is in second place with 17% of the vote, and Donald J. Trump leads with an amazing 54 percent of the vote overall. No other candidate in the poll is able to gain more than 3 percent, highlighting the fact that Trump is overwhelmingly popular with potential Republican primary voters.

Despite the eye-catching and wildly distorted top-line numbers, Governor Ron DeSantis’ campaign for the Republican presidential nomination is showing worrying symptoms. Notably, he underperformed with significant and powerful Republican Party constituents. He received only 9% of the support of voters 65 and older, and 13% of voters without a college degree. According to the research, among Republicans who identified themselves as “very conservative,” 5% were in favor of Trump, with only 15% favoring DeSantis.

The unstable nature of American politics adds an uncertain wildcard aspect with less than six months until the first primary race in 2024 and no debates yet held, particularly with Trump’s legal issues possibly coinciding with the primary season.

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