After multiple weeks of low ratings in the single digits, Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy broke into double digits.
The latest Echelon Insights survey found that Ramaswamy's numbers are on the rise.
The poll finds former President Donald Trump with the highest amount of support at 49%.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is a whopping 33 points behind Trump with just 16% support.
Ramaswamy comes in third place with ten percent support.
The latest report makes Ramaswamy the only candidate besides DeSantis and Trump to reach the double-digit territory.
"No other candidate comes close to double digits, as former Vice President Mike Pence and former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley tie with five percent support. South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott sees four percent support, followed by former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie with two percent and North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum and Miami Mayor Francis Suarez, both of whom garner one percent support," reported Breitbart.
Trump continues to carry the lead with the majority of support in battleground states with 56% support.
DeSantis was second place in battleground states with 22% support.
And consistent with other polling, Ramaswamy comes in third place with 7% support in battleground states.
Ramaswamy, has seen an increase in support after committing to pardon Trump for federal charges against him on his first day in office.
"I challenge every US Presidential candidate to join me in standing for TRUTH. Commit to pardon Donald Trump for these federal charges on Day 1, or explain why you won’t," Ramaswamy wrote in a post on social media June 13.
I challenge every US Presidential candidate to join me in standing for TRUTH. Commit to pardon Donald Trump for these federal charges on Day 1, or explain why you won’t. No one should hide. Not Biden. Not DeSantis. Not Haley. Not Pence. Not RFK. Not Scott. Not anyone. Principles… pic.twitter.com/qYP3fUrE5R
— Vivek Ramaswamy (@VivekGRamaswamy) June 13, 2023
On the other hand, former Vice President Mike Pence, who has plummeted in surveys and recently polled as the most unfavorable candidate, has refused to say whether he would pardon Trump, asserting that it is too "premature" to have that conversation.
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