Poll Shows Trump’s Dominating Republican Rivals

A New York Times poll published on Monday shows that former US President Donald Trump’s legal battles have done little to dampen his support among every cohort of Republican voters since he’s leading by 54% to 17% his closest GOP contender, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.

Meanwhile, none of the remaining candidates scored more than 3%, including former NJ Governor Chris Christie, US Senator Tim Scott, and former VP Mike Pence.

In a head-to-head contest against DeSantis, 22% of voters would still choose the former president although they believe that Trump has committed serious federal crimes despite the fact that Trump has described them as a Stalinist effort by President Biden to take out his most formidable political opponent.

Around 58% of GOP voters believe Trump is able to beat Joe Biden, compared to 28% who chose DeSantis, whose campaign portrayed him as a more electable figure than Trump.

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