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Poll Reveals Trump up More Than 80% in Head-to-Head Matchup with Haley

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A recent Morning Consult survey shows that former President Donald Trump has more than 80 percent support in a head-to-head matchup against former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley among potential Republican primary voters.

The survey also indicates that Trump generates far more enthusiasm than Haley, with 61 percent of Republicans and Republican-leaning independents feeling “enthusiastic” about him as the GOP nominee for president.

Additionally, many notable lawmakers have called on Republicans to unify around Trump, and the Republican National Committee (RNC) has expressed support for him.

“Looking at the math and the path going forward…I don’t see it for Nicki Haley. I think she ran a great campaign. The message from the voters is clear. We need to unite around our eventual nominee, which is going to be Donald Trump,” RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel said.

Trump, however, has cautioned against the RNC deeming him the “presumptive nominee,” emphasizing the importance of party unity and finishing the process at the ballot box.

“While I greatly appreciate the Republican National Committee (RNC) wanting to make me their PRESUMPTIVE NOMINEE, and while they have far more votes than necessary to do it, I feel, for the sake of PARTY UNITY, that they should NOT go forward with this plan, but that I should do it the “Old Fashioned” way, and finish the process off AT THE BALLOT BOX,” Trump wrote.

“Thank you to the RNC for the Respect and Devotion you have shown me! TRUMP2024,” Trump added.

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