Nearly 50% of Republican voters polled are willing to quit the party to join Donald Trump’s party.
The latest poll shows that nearly half of the Republican polled are willing to give up the party if former President Donald Trump starts his own operations.
The Suffolk / USA Today University poll published February 21 found that only 27% of Republicans would remain loyal to their party if Donald Trump started his own operations. Nearly half, specifically 46%, will follow in the footsteps of the former US president while the rest have not yet made a decision.
According to the poll, half of Republicans also believe that Republicans should be “more loyal to Trump”, while less than 20 percent believe it should be less loyal.
Poll participants were also asked if they were loyal to Donald Trump and the Republican Party, personally, Donald Trump received more support (54%) than the Communist Party. draw (34%).
Mr. Donald Trump will continue to join Republican Party, at least for the foreseeable future: He will speak at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Florida on February 28.
A Politico / Morning Consult poll published earlier this month found that Donald Trump was at the forefront of the Republican candidates before 2024. More than half of Republicans (54%) ), said they would vote for Donald Trump in the primary and 59% said they wanted him to play a key role in the party’s future.
The Suffolk University / USA Today poll surveyed 1,000 voters who supported Donald Trump.
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