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A stunning new poll has just dropped, and it’s a game-changer in terms of the GOP primary. The poll, which was commissioned by the Daily Signal, clearly shows that Trump not only has reached a new milestone by hitting 60 percent, leaving everyone in the proverbial dust. There’s some very significant news for Governor Ron DeSantis as well.

As you can see, DeSantis has now dropped to single digits behind Vivek in yet another poll. We first saw this third-place trend last week, and many DeSantis supporters called the poll an “outlier.” However, this is now the third poll showing Ron has dropped behind Vivek. A tough blow for the struggling Florida Governor, who has “rebooted” his campaign more than once.

The pollster RMG is not necessarily a pro-Trump outfit, either.

Other polls even have Trump above the 60 percent mark as well.


After every new indictment, Donald Trump has boasted that his standing among Republicans only improves — and he has a point.

Nearly two-thirds of Republicans — 63% — now say they want the former president to run again, according to new polling from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research. That’s up slightly from the 55% who said the same in April when Trump began facing a series of criminal charges. Seven in 10 Republicans now have a favorable opinion of Trump, an uptick from the 60% who said so two months ago.

Conservatives are clearly rallying behind Trump as the regime once again tries to meddle in our national elections.

The mainstream media is in a state of panic over these primary poll numbers, realizing that Trump will likely be the nominee. They’re attempting to push the narrative that Trump can’t win the general election, even though numerous polls show him running neck and neck with Joe Biden, or even beating him. While the media tries to use the sham indictments as evidence that Americans are supposedly “souring” on Trump, polling shows that most Americans believe the attacks against President Trump are purely politically motivated.