The Bulwark reports:
Donald Trump has slipped to his lowest point since he emerged on the political scene almost eight years ago. He remains a formidable force, to be sure, with a lock on approximately 30 percent of likely Republican primary and caucus voters nationally. But a majority of the GOP is ready to move on.
In a head-to-head match, DeSantis leads Trump 52 percent to 30 percent, with 15 percent undecided and 3 percent saying they would not vote if those were the only two options. 28 percent of Republican primary voters already locked in for Trump say they’ll support him even if he ran as an independent in the general election.
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28% of @GOP voters says they’d stick with Trump–EVEN IF HE WERE TO RUN AS AN INDY.
This raises the question:
If Trump is denied the nomination, will he pivot to some sort of jerry rigged independent bid where state laws allow & burn the @GOP house down? https://t.co/RUl7ydYgay
— David Axelrod (@davidaxelrod) January 31, 2023