Trump Expands Lead In Pennsylvania’s GOP Primary


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Donald Trump’s lead is growing in Pennsylvania.

A new poll found Trump’s lead in Pennsylvania has grown 12% since April.

He is also neck and neck with Joe Biden in the poll.

Breitbart reported:

Former President Donald Trump has grown his lead over Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) in Pennsylvania’s Republican presidential primary by 12 points since April, according to a Franklin & Marshall College poll, which also finds him to be neck and neck with President Joe Biden in a hypothetical general election.

The survey, published on Thursday ahead of Trump’s arrest and processing in Fulton County Georgia, shows that 39 percent of Republicans back Trump for the nomination in the Keystone State, as his support is virtually unchanged from April when he registered at 40 percent.

DeSantis, whose support has dwindled by 13 percent in four months, registers at 21 percent. In April, he was within six points of the 45th president, but now he is 18 points back.

Entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy lands in third place with nine percent, followed by Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) with six percent, as they seem to pick up supporters DeSantis has lost. Neither candidate was included in the college’s previous survey.

Despite the indictments, Trump’s popularity is growing.