A Harvard-Harris poll revealed this week that a majority of Republicans remain confident that former President Donald Trump will win the 2024 Republican primary.
The survey asked Republicans and independents, "Do you think Donald Trump will win or lose the Republican primary for president?”"
Fifty-seven percent, said they believe Trump will win the GOP nomination.
Forty-three percent said they believe he will lose.
Forty-one percent of the 43% who predicted Trump will lose the nomination said they think Florida Governor Ron DeSantis will win the nomination.
Thirty-one percent remain unsure of who will take the nomination.
"The survey also asked GOP voters who they will vote for in the 2024 election, and half chose the former president," reported Breitbart. "DeSantis fell 26 points behind with 24 percent support. No other potential candidate came close, as seven percent chose former Vice President Mike Pence, followed by five percent who said former U.S. ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley. No other potential candidate saw over two percent support. Another 6% said they are not sure."
When Trump is removed from the equation, 45 percent choose DeSantis, followed by 13& who choose Pence and 9% who said Haley.
"Well, I’m honored," Trump said about the results of the survey. "Sadly, I have to say part of it is because the country is doing so poorly. I wish it were for other reasons."