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It doesn't look like Donald Trump's voters will be as loyal to him as he had hoped, as some polls suggest previous Trump voters may not be ready to vote for him a second or even third time as they are unhappy with his actions; especially how he allegedly took almost all campaign funds from candidates in 2020 for himself! Could the 76-year-old twice-impeached former president's third run for the presidency be over before it even begins?!
Focus group poll suggests Trump voters are ready to move on
According to a small focus group of voters from mostly Red states, reportedly conducted by Republican pollster Frank Luntz, the former president doesn't seem to have much support behind him. Or at least not as much as he used to, as many voters say they're still "angry" about how he "siphoned off" campaign funds in 2020. Luntz reported that voters used words like "narcissistic." tired", "disturbing" and "failure" in describing him, although in the spirit of reporting it is important to add that there were still some voters who said they had "high hopes" for this third presidential bid, which also referred to him as "fighter" and "leader".
Ron DeSantis comes off a lot better
Interestingly, Trump's rival Ron DeSantis, who has yet to even officially announce his intention to run, received much more positive feedback, with voters calling the Florida governor a "visionary" and also calling him a "leader" and "fighter." "
DeSantis gets the voice of Elon Musk
And DeSantis now has the very public support of Twitter's new owner Elon Musk, who said he would support him if he runs for president in 2024. Musk took to Twitter on Saturday, Nov. 26, and said that his "preference for the 2024 presidency is someone sensible and centrist." He added, "I was hoping that would be the case for the Biden administration, but has been disappointed so far.” When a Twitter user asked him bluntly, “Would you support Ron DeSantis in 2024, Elon?” he simply replied, “Yes.” We wonder what Trump, who has been doing since his controversial Twitter Acquisition has so much to say about Musk, will think of it!
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Controversy over candidates' campaign funds
There have been many suspected fundraising scams from Trump's 2020 campaign, and one of the biggest controversies was that Trump was raising money for other candidates using their lists and then running the funds through his website, allowing him to earn a percentage to take for himself and give a percentage to the candidate he endorses. It later turned out that he only gave the candidates 10 or 15 percent and kept the rest to himself. Luntz said Trump supporters get "angry" when they learn what he did, then added, "Trump voters are fed up with all the Trump-focused hysteria and they want someone else." And they see Ron DeSantis so differently at this point."
How do former Trump voters feel about him now? "You're tired," Luntz said after the results of his focus group. "They still appreciate him. They still think he was a great president. That hasn't changed, but they're looking at him now and they're like, 'Why all this mess? Why all this fuss and fighting? Isn't there a better way? '" He also mentioned that Republican voters are "mad at him for the candidates he backed and his lack of support for them when they needed them most," referring to the controversial 2020 fundraiser.
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