According to the survey, 59 percent of GOP voters would “definitely” or “probably” vote for the former president while 32 percent said they would “definitely” or “probably” support another GOP candidate. Of those who indicated support for Trump, 40 percent said they would “definitely” support him.
The survey also asked respondents, “Would you say you consider yourself to be primarily a supporter of Donald Trump, or a supporter of the Republican Party?”
While 48 percent identified themselves as a supporter of the Republican Party, a sizable portion, 41 percent, said they are a supporter of Trump. Nine percent said they do not support either.
Developing Story - Trump administration oversaw a RADICAL change to the tech world… one that could unleash a huge wave prosperity… and wealth creation in the near future. Find Out More
In a scenario excluding Trump, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) leads the group of hypothetical candidates by seven points, clocking in at 22 percent. Former Vice President Mike Pence came in second with 15 percent support, followed by Donald Trump Jr. (9 percent), Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) (9 percent), former U.S. ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley (6 percent), and Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) (4 percent). The remaining candidates garnered two percent support or less:
The full survey was taken September 17-23, 2021, among 1,005 registered voters.
Gov. DeSantis dispelled 2024 rumors this month, dismissing the speculation as “purely manufactured.”
“I just do my job and we work hard… I hear all this stuff and honestly it’s nonsense,” he said.
Other recent surveys have advanced the same narrative, showing Trump dominating his field of opponents.