Though establishment Republicans want to remove Donald Trump as the party’s nominee for president, his vast voter base holds the opposite view.
Trump is becoming more common, according to pollster Jim McLaughlin, every time House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, President Joe Biden, and Democrats try to reverse a Trump policy.
Many Americans are ignoring Trump’s agenda and milestones, according to McLaughlin, who conducted the McLaughlin & Associates CPAC preference survey.
“Democrats, the mass media, Big Tech, and the Washington elite on both sides of the aisle are attempting to silence and delegitimize President Trump and his supporters, but the poll shows that they will not be silenced or delegitimized. President Trump and his agenda are, if anything, more famous than they’ve ever been,” he told the Washington Examiner.
“The more they threaten President Trump’s issue agenda and people, the stronger he becomes,” he said.
To prove his case, McLaughlin used the following results from his CPAC poll:
- 97% of Republicans want Congress to do more to further their conservative agenda.
- Ninety-three percent said voter fraud aided Biden’s victory.
- Ninety-three percent of those polled believe Biden lacks the mental capacity to be president.
- The Washington elite, according to 96% of respondents, believes they are better than average citizens.
- We need to get the kids back in school and open up the economy, according to 91% of respondents.
- Sixty-three percent said the Republican National Committee has made them angry or frustrated.
“His methods were efficient. The pollster said, “His issue agenda was a success.”
And the GOP’s foundation hasn’t changed its mind about “the swamp.”
“They despise the establishment, the elites, and Washington. “No one interacted better with middle America than the New York billionaire, and that’s all him,” he said, adding, “He battles them in a way no one else can.”
He also said that for the time being, the GOP is led by the former president.
“Trump has improved the Republican Party. He has made us the party of the forgotten men and women, rather than the party of the corporate elites. That’s why he helped the GOP gain ground among blacks, Hispanics, Catholics, and blue-collar employees, according to McLaughlin.
He said, “The fact is, the Republican Party right now needs President Trump a lot more than he needs them.”
If Trump runs again, the party will undoubtedly rally behind him, and he will easily secure the nomination.
According to a poll conducted by the Washington Times and CPAC, over 95 percent of respondents approved of Trump’s performance as president.
More than two-thirds of those polled said they wanted Trump to run again, while 15% said they didn’t and 17% said they were undecided.
A whopping 95% of respondents want the GOP to continue to pursue Trump’s policies.
55 percent of respondents said they would vote for Trump if he ran for president again.
According to a recent YouGov/Economist poll, Trump’s support among Republicans is at an all-time high of +75 percent.
According to the survey, 87 percent of GOP members think he’s a good president, while just 12 percent think he’s bad.
ARTICLE SOURCE: americanconservatives.today