Emerson College Republican Primary Poll: Trump 62%; DeSantis 16%
2024 #GOP Primary
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— Emerson College Polling (@EmersonPolling) April 27, 2023
Trump Ahead of DeSantis by 33 Points in New Poll
In the MAGA face off for the Republican presidential nomination, Donald Trump leads Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis 56 percent to 23 percent, according to poll by Morning Consult. This result follows a poll yesterday by Yahoo! News that found Trump leading DeSantis by 26 points.
Poll: 39-Point Drop in Confidence in SCOTUS Since Trump Packed the Court with Extremists
39 Point Drop
A Yahoo News/YouGov poll found that confidence in the U.S. Supreme Court has dropped nearly 40 points among registered voters since 2020, when former Pres. Trump began packing the court with right-wing extremists. Overall confidence in the Court is down from 70 percent in September 2020 to 51 percent today. Among those who expressed no confidence in the court, the number has risen 19 points, from 7 percent in 2020 to 26 percent today.
ABC/WaPo Poll: Trump Approval on Handling Pandemic Plummets
ABC News: “With COVID-19 cases soaring nationally, Americans by nearly a two to one margin distrust what President Donald Trump says about the pandemic, and six in 10 in a new ABC News/Washington Post poll disapprove of how he’s handling it, up steeply since the early days of the outbreak. Just 38 percent in the national survey now approve of Trump’s response, down from 46 percent in late May and a narrow majority, 51 percent, in late March, a 13-point drop. Disapproval gained 15 percent in the same period, to 60 percent.”
Full report here [PDF].
RNC Poll Roils Trumpers
48% to 45%
Washington Post: “One of the polls, an internal RNC survey of voters in 17 battleground states, had former vice president Joe Biden leading Trump 48% to 45%, according to an adviser briefed on the 20-page polling memo. The coronavirus ranked as the most important issue to voters, and 54% of those surveyed said Trump was too slow to respond to the crisis, while 52% said they believed the government should be doing more.”
Cowardice and Corruption by Politicians Define the ‘Swamp,’ According to New Public Affairs Poll
A new Public Affairs Council/Morning Consult poll examines what outrages people most about Washington politics, whether President Trump’s critical tweets change opinions, and how White House policies have affected American businesses.
Among the findings:
How Is Trump REALLY Doing?
Donald Sinks to 38% Approval in Gallup Daily Tracking Poll – 30 Days into His Presidency
Good news: People have caught on. Bad news: Donald will be even more determined to start a war in hope that, like Bush did in 2003, he’ll gain approval as a war-time president.