Last updated on September 5th, 2023 at 02:42 am
Former President Donald Trump maintains a substantial lead in Georgia, even after his recent indictment in Fulton County linked to efforts to overturn the 2020 state election. An Atlanta Journal-Constitution poll reveals Trump’s enduring popularity among likely Republican primary voters.
The poll indicates that Trump secures support from nearly 60 percent of potential GOP primary voters in Georgia, placing him significantly ahead of competitors.
Trump is leading in polls despite indictment:
He boasts a commanding 42-point lead over Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who trails with 15 percent. Other presidential contenders polled in single digits, underscoring Trump’s dominance.
Conducted from August 16 to 23, the survey followed Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis’s indictment against Trump, along with campaign aides and attorneys, citing multiple election-related crimes.
The seriousness of the charges against Trump generates mixed public opinion. Around half of surveyed voters deem the charges serious, while 44 percent perceive them as not serious. The survey delves into how GOP primary voters perceive Willis’s case against Trump. Roughly 31 percent consider it “not serious at all,” while 13 percent label it “not too serious.” Conversely, 27 percent deem the charges “very serious,” and 23 percent find them “somewhat serious.” Seven percent remain undecided.
The poll’s findings underscore Trump’s significant lead over closest rival Gov. Ron DeSantis, whose support waned from 30 percent in a prior April survey. The poll, surveying 807 probable GOP primary voters, has a margin of error of ± 3.4 percentage points.
Another poll spotlights President Trump’s surging popularity among American voters. Recent data suggests Trump could potentially secure the popular vote against President Biden in 2024, potentially leading to an Electoral College victory.
As the United States experiences a downward trend, one individual emerges with the potential to redirect the nation—President Donald J. Trump.
The Biden administration’s actions and the Democratic Party’s approach have raised concerns about increased surveillance of American citizens. The transformation from a Democratic Republic to a described “police state” is attributed to Democrats, involving control over media, select courts, and the Justice Department. They also influence citizens’ constitutional rights, rendering some unenforceable and subject to criminal penalties.
The aim is evident: authority over vital institutions, including the White House, the judiciary (including the Supreme Court), the justice system, the Department of Justice, and Congress. Their unilateral decision-making extends to determining constitutional rights people can exercise.
Amid these assertions, President Trump emerges as a pivotal figure to rescue America. His capability to confront challenges, respond assertively, and drive significant change is emphasized. Traits such as persistence, intelligence, leadership, and broad support generate concern among those trying to undermine his influence and movement.
With the 2024 general election drawing near, President Donald Trump finds himself in a commanding position to regain the White House in the upcoming November election.
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