According to the POLITICO/Morning Consult poll, in a hypothetical 2024 primary, the president would receive 53% of the vote.
According to a POLITICO/Morning Consult poll issued on Tuesday, President Donald Trump is the preferred Republican candidate for a run in 2024, leading other well-known Republicans, such as Vice President Mike Pence, by a significant margin.
According to a survey of registered voters, in the event of a hypothetical Republican primary in 2024, Trump would receive 53% of the support among Republicans and Republican-leaning independents. Pence finished second, receiving just 12% of the vote. At 8%, Donald Trump Jr. received the third-highest level of support for Republicans, while Nikki Haley, Sens. Tom Cotton, Ted Cruz, and Mitt Romney all received less than 5%.
Trump is still constitutionally allowed to seek a second term in 2024 or later, when he would be at least in his late 70s, despite losing the 2020 presidential election. President-elect Joe Biden's acceptance of Trump's victory has been postponed, and his legal team is continuing to work to overturn the results in crucial swing states.
Others well-known Republicans have adopted a neutral posture on who will be the next president, despite calls from those in his party for Trump to concede. Trump would be a powerful influence in the GOP and may displace other GOP contenders if he ran in 2024. His cultural cachet with the MAGA support is already sufficient to deter Republicans from provoking him.
Trump's election-related commitment has repercussions. The administration's refusal to recognize Biden as the next president prevented the team of the former vice president from getting access to the funds it needed to start the transition process right away.
However, the administration announced on Monday, immediately following the poll, that Biden had won the election. Additionally, the administration was coming under increasing pressure from Republican senators to declare Trump's defeat. Even though Trump approved of the transition process getting underway, he refused to give ground and said he would keep fighting the case in court.
With 62 percent of respondents approving, the majority of people, especially among Democrats, are pleased with the way Biden is handling the transition to the presidency. The poll from Tuesday shows that among Republicans, that percentage falls to 27%.
The majority of respondents thought that during Biden's first 100 days in office, the coronavirus and other health-related issues should be his top priorities. Sixty-eight percent of respondents said Biden should give the coronavirus the top priority; a new aid package for the virus and a distribution plan for vaccines both received 67 percent support.
The 1,990 registered voters were surveyed online between November 21 and November 23. The sampling error was within 2 percentage points of the true value.
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