Trump dominates California GOP primary polls

 September 9, 2023

As former President Donald Trump mounts his defense in the face of multiple legal battlefronts, his campaign energy can't seem to be stopped.

According to Breitbart, that was evidenced -- strongly -- this week in a new poll showing Trump with a 39-point lead in California's GOP primary race.

The outlet noted:

The survey, taken August 24-29, 2023, found a majority supporting Trump in the 2024 Republican primary race. No other candidate came close, as Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis came in a distant second, 39 points behind, with 16 percent support.

That seems to be the case in more states than not, as Trump has yet to find a formidable opponent in the current lineup of 2024 GOP candidates.

Even more promising for the former president, who battles a stream of negative press on a daily basis, given his ongoing legal battles, is the fact that his numbers are not only holding steady through the storm, but they're actually climbing.

Significantly.

Breitbart noted: "Notably, Trump’s 55 percent support reflects an 11-point jump from the 44 percent support he had in May."

Trump has also stunned his critics in the legacy media, who have hyper-focused on his legal troubles. A recent hypothetical poll revealed that the former president is tied with President Joe Biden in a 2024 showdown.

Several high-profile left-leaning commentators, like George Stephanopoulos, went viral after they expressed complete shock at the hypothetical matchup, given that Trump is currently facing four indictments.

"It is kind of shocking in a way that despite all of the baggage that Donald Trump carries, he's tied with Joe Biden right now," Stephanopoulos said.

Not only is the former president using the situation to his brilliant political advantage, he's also raising mountains of much-needed fundraising cash for his 2024 campaign and presumably, an even larger mountain of legal bills. Indictments against Trump, so far, have only served to backfire in the face of those who've issued them.