A survey conducted by Rasmussen Reports revealed that most likely voters still believe that the Republican Party is the "party of Donald Trump" even though they have mixed feelings about the former president's potential presidential run.
After months of teasing, Trump officially announced his presidential bid during a speech at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida. He unveiled his National Greatness Agenda, which included various measures aimed at restoring America's greatness. Some of these included tackling the coronavirus pandemic, maintaining the southern border, and preventing unnecessary foreign wars.
Despite the various obstacles that remain in the way of a potential Trump presidential run in 2024, many still believe that the Republican Party is the "party of Donald Trump."
The survey was conducted to see if voters agree or disagree with the statement that the Republican Party is still the "party of Donald Trump."
Almost three-quarters of the respondents said they agree that the Republican Party is the "party of Donald Trump." A total of 39 percent said they strongly agree with that statement.
Almost three-quarters of Republicans agree that the party is still "MAGA's" and "Trump's" and the "party of Donald Trump." A total of 69 percent of independents and 67 percent of Democrats also agree.
Although almost half of the respondents still view Trump favorably, 60 percent of them said he shouldn't run for president in 2024. On the other hand, a plurality of Republicans still believe that he should run. For instance, 37 percent of the respondents think that DeSantis should run for president in 2024, while 38 percent think that he shouldn't and 26 percent are undecided.
The survey was conducted from November 10 to 13 in 2022, and it has a margin of error of plus or minus two percent. It came after Trump officially jumped into the presidential race of the Republican Party in 2024.
During his speech, Trump called for the country's comeback and claimed that there has been "never been anything like it" in the history of the country. He also said that the country's comeback starts now.
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on Breitbart.