According to a survey by Suffolk University and newspaper USA Today announced on February 21, 46% of Republicans said they would leave the party to join the party of former President Trump.
Only 27% of survey respondents said they would stay with the Republican Party, while the rest said they were undecided. The survey was conducted from February 15 to 19 of 1,000 people who voted for Mr. Trump in 2020. The margin of error is 3 percentage points.
When he first appeared after leaving office, what did Mr. Trump say?
An entrepreneur is a Republican in the city of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, told USA Today: “We see Republicans are no longer fighting enough for us. We all see Mr. Donald Trump fight for us with his best every day. The Republican leaders only agree with the Democrats about everything and they never criticize.
Although former President Trump has given no signal about the political future, since being acquitted after the second impeachment session, he has had many criticisms of Republican leaders, including leaders. This party is in the Senate, Mr. Mitch McConnell. According to the survey, 80% of respondents said they would not support the Republican candidates who voted in favor of Trump’s impeachment.
Former President Trump warned Republican senators that if he continued to support McConnell, he would not be able to continue reelection. In addition, Mr. Trump also vowed to support candidates with policies consistent with the path of Bringing America Great Again (MAGA) and America First (America First) to run for parliament. .
Trump’s adviser Jason Miller also said last week he would support Republican candidates for the party to regain majority in the Senate and House of Representatives. “We will be looking at the empty seats, the seats held by Democrats and possibly the seats we wish to upgrade and have more voice in agreement with MAGA,” Mr. Miller said.