Polling Shows Indictment Would Benefit Trump

National Assembly President Mark Meckler said: Breitbart News Saturday Recent polls show that a potential indictment of former President Donald Trump would benefit him.

According to a poll conducted by the National Action Treaty in collaboration with the Trafalgar Group and obtained exclusively by Breitbart News on Friday, 74% of Americans believe Trump’s indictments will help him or his presidential campaign. He replied that it had no effect on

The numbers are split between 37.5% who said they would not influence Trump and 36.8% who said they would help him. Only 25.7% of voters who voted believe it will hurt Trump’s presidential election.

“So what it shows is that Americans, generally speaking, don’t really care about this issue. [indictment], at worst for the Democrats will boost him. I think you already know that will give him a boost,” Meckler said in his evaluation.

Meckler said independent voters were also unimpressed by the prospect of prosecution.

“What I find most interesting is where independents fall. 39% said they would be fine either way,” he said. “So what they are doing is trying to turn independence against Trump with this potential indictment.”

Meckler generally said the indictment would benefit Trump among Republican voters because of the years of actual or perceived wrongdoing “stacked” against the former president. rice field.

They just see this continued injustice, piled upon attack upon attack against Trump. It makes Trump a more sympathetic figure to Republican supporters. As Republicans, we know we’re under attack. Conservatives know they are under attack. So when President Trump is attacked in this way, we feel it personally. “There are people around Donald Trump.”

But Meckler warned that Trump’s unjustified attacks on potential opponent Ron DeSantis, a Republican, may not support Trump politically among Republican voters. bottom.

“I travel all over the country and I can tell you that there are many people who are a little unhappy with Trump and his behavior towards DeSantis, but this [indictment] Even people who were unhappy with Trump rallied them around him,” he said.

Meckler also suggested DeSantis may have made a mistake by returning the attack against Trump. He said polls support his analysis.

“I thought it was showing his weakness to cut Donald Trump in half here,” Meckler presumed. “I have been serving DeSantis only ignoring attacks from Trump. On a personal level I can understand why he would be annoyed, but I don’t think it was a good political move.

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