USA Today reports:
Republican support for Donald Trump’s presidential bid in 2024 has cratered, an exclusive USA TODAY/Suffolk University Poll finds, as the former president is beleaguered by midterm losses and courtroom setbacks.
By 2-1, GOP and GOP-leaning voters now say they want Trump’s policies but a different standard-bearer to carry them. While 31% want the former president to run, 61% prefer some other Republican nominee who would continue the policies Trump has pursued.
They have a name in mind: Two-thirds of Republicans and those inclined to vote Republican want Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis to run for president. By double digits, 56% to 33%, they prefer DeSantis over Trump.
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Remember when you said “This is Donald Trumps Republican party!” On insurrection day @DonaldJTrumpJr? Apparently not anymore.
Trump in trouble: Republican support for his 2024 bid falls amid political, legal setbacks https://t.co/mt60GdS9Ws
— Adam Kinzinger #fella (@AdamKinzinger) December 13, 2022