Only a handful of Americans believe that the Twitter announcement of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ campaign for presidency was a failure, according to a recent poll. The biased survey only asked 1,500 citizens, and we all know how the Left loves to cherry-pick their data to push their agenda. The poll was taken just a few days after Governor DeSantis joined Elon Musk for a sit down interview which, unfortunately, was impacted by technical difficulties. Despite this, 24 percent of respondents believed that the event went “somewhat well” and 7 percent believed it was “very well.”
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Meanwhile, almost half of those surveyed (45 percent) had negative views about the event, saying that it went “somewhat badly” or “very badly.” However, it is not surprising that the same individuals who believe the mainstream media’s false assertions that Joe Biden is fit for the presidency would think that this interview was a “failure” merely because of technical difficulties.
While Governor DeSantis isn’t the odds-on favorite for winning the 2024 presidential race, with 24 percent of respondents supporting him, he is definitely a formidable contender. He’s a leader who’s been making headlines with his successful governance and common-sense policies, so it’s no surprise that his detractors are using bogus surveys to try and damage his chances.
Some anti-Trump Republican insiders are concerned that without a strong Republican candidate, President Trump could once again emerge victorious against a divided opposition. But the fear-mongering is pointless and doesn’t even consider that DeSantis has a lot of appeal amongst the people.
The governor’s campaign has been characterized as not ready for prime time by the Leftist media, but it is clear that those claims are baseless. Recently, DeSantis has raised $8.2 million within just 24 hours of his announcement, proving it’s his policies and leadership that resonates with the people.
In the end, it all comes down to how well Governor DeSantis can promote his message and policies. With his populist policies focused on limiting government control, DeSantis could be the roadmap for the Republican Party in the years to come.