Donald Trump Has Dominant Lead in Nevada

A recent survey by American Greatness found that former President Donald Trump holds a commanding lead among Nevada Republicans.

The investigation found that Trump leading He led by 32 percentage points in the Republican primary, winning 53% of the vote. DeSantis slipped to second place by a wide margin with 21% support. The survey is particularly notable given that it was conducted after Mr. DeSantis officially announced his candidacy for president.

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Other potential candidates fall far short. Former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley has just 3% of the vote, while South Carolina Senator Tim Scott and anti-awakening businessman Vivek Ramaswamy each have 2%.

Former Vice President Mike Pence Be expected To jump into next week’s presidential election, garnered 1 percent support. 17% of those surveyed chose “Other”.

Former Vice President Mike Pence speaks at the Heritage Foundation, a conservative Washington think tank, Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2022. (J. Scott Applewhite/Associated Press).

Among Nevada Republicans, Trump also leads DeSantis on several fronts, with 64% saying they think Trump is “best to improve the economy,” compared with DeSantis. Mr. was the same as 11%.

In addition, 49% of respondents said Mr. Trump was “most likely to challenge far-left progressives,” compared with 22% for Mr. DeSantis. It’s also an advantage among those who believe Trump will “be more attentive to the needs and concerns of people like me.” Only 17% said the same for Mr. DeSantis.

Trump also leads among Republicans who think he has the best chance of defeating Biden, with 39% versus 29% for Florida governors.

US President Joe Biden (Sean Shue/EPA/Bloomberg) attends the North American Building Workers’ Union (NABTU) All-National Legislative Conference in Washington, DC, USA, Tuesday, April 25, 2023.

The survey was conducted from May 30 to June 1, 2023, among 500 likely Nevada Republican primary voters. This has a margin of error of +/- 4.38 percentage points, and is in line with several other state-level surveys showing Trump as the dominant leader in the crowd.

Recent Emerson College poll data Indicated For example, Trump leads the Iowa caucuses by 42 points.

Similarly, in a National Research Inc. poll, found In New Hampshire, Trump leads DeSantis by 19 points. Notably, Mr. DeSantis traveled to New Hampshire on Thursday, where he got into a heated altercation with reporters over his own accusations. refuse Breitbart News to receive voter questions during the event be familiar with:

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