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Poll Shows 72 Percent of Republicans Would Be Satisfied With Trump As Nominee

via C-SPAN
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A new ABC News/Ipsos poll shows that about 72 percent of GOP voters would be satisfied with former President Trump as their party’s nominee, with two-thirds believing he has the best chance of winning back the White House.

Trump also holds a significant lead over primary opponents in Iowa polling, with about 53 percent of Iowa Republicans backing him.

Additionally, a CBS News poll found Trump with the strongest support of the entire campaign, with 69 percent support among GOP voters overall.

The polls also revealed that a strong majority of Republicans agree with Trump on policy, including his comments about migrants, though not all GOP voters share these beliefs.

The upcoming Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primary are not likely to sway most GOP voters’ support for any candidate, underlining strong support for Trump.

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