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Trump’s Popularity Climbs Post-Conviction

Donald Trump speaks at CPAC about his plan for defeating current President Joe Biden in November | Image by Jonah Elkowitz/Shutterstock
Donald Trump speaks at CPAC about his plan for defeating current President Joe Biden in November | Image by Jonah Elkowitz/Shutterstock

Former President Donald Trump’s popularity has increased in battleground states following his conviction on 34 counts of falsification of business records, reports Townhall:

“Former President Donald Trump’s conviction just might have been the missing key in his securing the 2024 election against President Joe Biden.

“According to a new Quinnipiac University Georgia poll, Trump holds an advantage over Biden (49 – 44 percent) in a head-to-head matchup in the crucial battleground state.

“Despite the unprecedented move, the conviction against Trump seems to working in his favor— a stark contrast from what the Democratic Party was hoping for when bringing politically motivated charges against him.

“The survey also revealed that in a six-way hypothetical race that includes other candidates, Trump still leads with 43 percent of the support, while Biden has only 37 percent. Independent candidate Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. got eight percent of the support, while Independent candidate Cornel West received three percent.

“‘Trump takes a narrow lead in the head-to-head horse race against Biden. Put four other ‘horses’ on the track, including the new Libertarian candidate, and he inches further ahead,’ Quinnipiac University Polling Analyst Tim Malloy said.

“The poll asked respondents if Trump’s conviction has any influence on who they will vote for in November. Among Republicans, only 10 percent agree with the verdict while 86 percent disagree.”

To read the entire Townhall article, click HERE.

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