new poll reveals who potential 2024 GOP primary voters want in the race. While former President Trump is the only one who has formally announced a run in 2024, it hasn’t stopped the speculation from swirling. And while Trump is in the lead – that might not be the reason to look into this latest survey. Instead, it could be about who else was voted for.

Main Takeaways: In a January 6-8 2023 survey by the Morning Consult, 4,470 Republican primary voters weighed into a series of questions on the 2024 GOP primaries.


  • Former President Trump has remained in the lead for the Republican’s presential nomination contest. He remains in first place with a 46% lead.
  • Voters are still warming up to DeSantis which could be bad for Trump as his ratings seem to drop as DeSantis’s seem to rise.
  • There could be a crowded field of competition if voters get what they want come February 2024.

Morning Consult’s first poll from this study shows a large field of potential rivals for the former president. This list includes Ron DeSantis, and Mike Pence two that seem like obvious entries at this point. Though a long list of others follow, including Liz Cheney, Nikki Haley, Ted Cruz, Greg Abbott, Mike Pompeo, Tim Scott, Kristi Noem, Glenn Youngkin, and a choice of ‘someone else.’

Results: In this survey, Donald Trump received a 46% support rate over the other 11 options. Following Trump, Ron DeSantis received 33% of the voter’s support ranking as the second highest potential candidate. Trump and DeSantis are followed by Mike Pence though he has a significant decrease of support with only 9% of voters supporting him and the other 8 candidates have a variety of 3%, 2% 1%, and 0% of support.



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BugD
BugD
18 days ago

Problem is DJT can’t win this time… He’s got a good handle on his base but no cross-over to Indies and stupid ‘effin white women……Not to mention the Rino’s. Prove me wrong….I would love to be wrong…..

Old King Cole
Old King Cole
17 days ago
Reply to  BugD

BugD – I have to agree. I know way too many people who would not vote for Trump simply because they are totally turned off by his personality and persona. I continually try to convince people that voting decisions should be based on policies rather than personalities, but it has become clear to me that a very substantial number of conservative votes would be lost because of people’s negative feelings about Donald Trump. Regrettably, I have often thought that Trump seems to be his own worst enemy.

It is critical for a conservative to win the 2024 election and we must do everything (legally) possible to make this happen.

Crackerjack
Crackerjack
18 days ago

Biden o percent

PatrioTEA
PatrioTEA
17 days ago
Reply to  Crackerjack

True but he would still “win” by cheating.

Pam
Pam
18 days ago

What Republican would vote for Luz Cheney after her performance?

Bill
Bill
17 days ago
Reply to  Pam

Or Mike Pence, after his?

tim
tim
17 days ago
Reply to  Pam

A DUMB WOKEASS RINO

PatrioTEA
PatrioTEA
17 days ago
Reply to  Pam

RINOs and it seems there are many.

Joe b
Joe b
14 days ago
Reply to  PatrioTEA

More RINO’s than in Africa!