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With the 2024 primary now heating up with DeSantis joining the race and Biden’s decline becoming evident, there’s one thing that remains unchanged: Trump’s undeniable dominance over the entire field, particularly among the GOP contenders. Trump continues to outpace them in national polls, but as we all know, it’s the statewide elections that matter. And in Iowa, Trump is truly crushing the competition.

The Hill:

Former President Trump has an overwhelming 42-point lead in a Iowa caucus poll of GOP Primary contenders released Thursday.

In the Emerson College Polling survey, Trump is leading a field of likely 2024 Republican primary candidates with 62 percent of the vote. The second-highest share of votes went to Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who accumulated 20 percent of the vote in a hypothetical Iowa caucus.

DeSantis and Biden were the only other two candidates who hit double-digits in the poll.

The poll was conducted May 19-22, just before Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) launched his campaign for the White House on Monday and DeSantis officially launched his bid Wednesday night amid a glitch-ridden campaign announcement on Twitter.

“Trump’s lead in the caucus reflects his numbers in Emerson’s March New Hampshire primary poll, where he held a 41-point lead over DeSantis,” Spencer Kimball, Executive Director of Emerson College Polling, said. “The former president’s base continues to be voters under 35: 75 percent of whom support Trump, and voters without a college degree: 70 percent support Trump. DeSantis’s support is higher among voters with a postgraduate degree, with 29 percent support, still trailing Trump’s 37 percent with this group.”

However, the news doesn’t look all that good for Joe either. Just like other mainstream polls we’ve seen, Trump is also overwhelmingly beating Biden in Iowa.

Trump holds a commanding 11-point lead over Joe.

It’ll be interesting to see if Ron DeSantis gets the usual boost after his Twitter announcement, which didn’t quite go as planned.