These are the results of a survey by Suffolk University in collaboration with the newspaper USA Today held and announced today 21.2. Specifically, 46% of respondents are willing to follow the former leader, while only 27% continue to persevere with GOP as long.
More surprising is that the number of people left has yet to decide whether to go or stay. In addition, half of the former White House owner supporters said that the GOP “should be more loyal to Trump”. “We feel the Republican politicians are not doing their best for us, while everyone sees Donald Trump fighting for us as much as we can, day by day,” The Hill quoted a small business owner in the city of Milwaukee (Wisconsin).
The survey results also showed that voters were more loyal to the former president than the GOP. While 54% of respondents confirmed they sided with Trump, only 34% said they were loyal to the Republican Party. So far, Mr. Trump has not shared details about the political future. But after being “acquitted” in the impeachment trial in the US Senate, he severely rebuked the Republican leadership, especially Mr. Mitch McConnell, the leader of the minority faction in the Senate.
Observers are waiting for Mr. Trump’s speech at the conference in TP.Orlando (Florida) on February 28 with the hope that he can partly predict his upcoming direction.