According to a recent poll conducted among Americans, more than 6 in 10 people believe that the Manhattan District Attorney’s case against former President Donald Trump is a political ploy. The survey also focused on Trump’s alleged falsification of business records and his upcoming candidacy in 2024. This indicates that the accusations against Trump may be politically motivated and not based on the law.
Post-Indictment Poll Of Independents Is Awful News For Democrats https://t.co/TFQh5KjYdP
— Patriot911 (@Patriot911News) March 31, 2023
Republican voters overwhelmingly support Trump, with more than 7 in 10 believing he has had a positive impact on their party. Despite the allegations against him, Trump remains the clear front-runner in the 2024 presidential race, with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis following behind. In a head-to-head matchup, Trump continues to lead, demonstrating his continued popularity within the Republican party.
Mixed signals on #DonaldTrump: majority says criminal charges should disqualify ’24 run, popularity is unchanged, leads #RonDeSantis by double digits https://t.co/PYwMo4kCo5 #2024Election #PresidentBiden
— Quinnipiac University Poll (@QuinnipiacPoll) March 29, 2023
While over half of respondents take the accusations against Trump seriously, the fact that his base remains loyal is a significant challenge for the Biden administration. Any attempts to go after Trump may be met with resistance and pushback from his supporters, and Trump’s continued popularity could impact the 2024 presidential race, making it harder for Democrats to gain ground in traditionally Republican strongholds.
In short, the poll indicates that Trump’s influence on American politics is alive and well, despite the ongoing legal proceedings against him. With a majority of his base still supportive, it seems that Trump’s political future is far from over.