Former President Donald Trump, even as he faces four indictments and constant negative media attention, continues his domination in virtually all GOP polls, state and national.
According to Breitbart, Trump received welcomed news out of Mississippi, which, according to Mississippi Today poll, showed that the former president enjoys an astonishing lead on his GOP opponents in the crucial state.
Mississippi's likely primary voters gave Trump 61% of their support, which absolutely roasts any of his closest competitors by double digits.
The Mississippi Today poll, conducted by Siena Research, shows that 61 percent of likely primary voters back Trump, placing him 39 points ahead of Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL), who draws 22 percent support. From there, no other candidate cracks double digits.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) was the only competitor that could be called a competitor among Mississippi's primary voters, showing up with 22%.
Recently popular GOP candidate and tech entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy, who has overtaken DeSantis for the second-place position in some polls, is far down on the list in Mississippi, barely managing to grab 2% of support.
Mississippi 2024: Trump holds 39-point lead for Republican Nomination
• Trump — 61% (+39)
• DeSantis — 22%
• Christie — 6%
• Haley — 3%
• Hutchinson — 2%
• Pence — 2%
• Scott — 2%
• Ramaswamy — 2%@SienaResearch (A+) | RVs | Aug. 24-27https://t.co/NV795x4QGp pic.twitter.com/M1MSEvFW61
— InteractivePolls (@IAPolls2022) September 1, 2023
The significance of the polls was noted, given that it was taken after the 45th president was indicted out of Georgia at the hands of radical DA Fani Willis.
Clearly, American voters are catching on to what's really happening to the former president, himself having claimed that the indictments are simply political weapons aimed at hurting his chances in 2024.
Trump has not only gained support in key swing states and nationally since his latest indictment and booking at the Fulton County Jail, he has also managed to raise mountains of fundraising cash.
The other GOP candidates are struggling to gain ground, as Trump's ongoing legal dramas and attacks keep his name firmly at the top of the news headline cycle.
Former Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ) sits in a distant third place with just six percent of backing, while three percent back former Gov. Nikki Haley (R-SC). Former Vice President Mike Pence, entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy, Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC), and former Gov. Asa Hutchinson (R-AR) each take two percent.
Trump and his campaign team used his Georgia mugshot to full effect, including selling mugshot merch and making a momentous return to X, formerly known as Twitter, with a fundraising link as a caption to his mugshot, becoming one of the most viewed posts on the social media platform's history.
If Democrats thought the weaponization of the justice system would stop Trump from pushing forward, they were embarrassingly wrong, obviously.
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