Donald Trump just got great news in a key primary state.
He currently holds a 37% point lead in the Iowa primary.
DeSantis comes in second with 14% support.
Iowa 2024: Trump holds 37-point lead for Republican Nomination
– Trump — 51% (+37)
– DeSantis — 14%
– Haley — 10%
– Ramaswamy — 9%
— InteractivePolls (@IAPolls2022) September 8, 2023
A majority of likely Iowa Republican caucusgoers back former President Donald Trump over his rivals for the GOP nomination, as he enjoys a 37-point lead over his nearest competitor, according to a poll.
The CIVIQs poll conducted for Iowa State University (ISU) shows that Trump leads with 51 percent support in the Hawkeye State. Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) sits in second place, with fourteen percent, while former Gov. Nikki Haley (R-SC) also cracks double digits at ten percent.
Entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy’s nine percent is good enough for fourth place, and he is followed by Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC), though the ISU News Service does not report Scott’s exact figure of support. While the field is much deeper than just five candidates, further results were unspecified regarding voters’ first choices.
“The race right now is clearly President Trump, a small second tier of four candidates — DeSantis, Haley, Ramaswamy, and Scott — and then a lot of candidates without much support at all,” ISU Political Science Professor Dave Peterson told the ISU News Service.
The RINOs’ attempts to stop Trump are failing.