Trump Indictment Backfires Against Democrats–Look At His Support Now!

After the DOJ’s charges against him for supposedly mishandling secret materials, a survey shows that Trump’s advantage in the GOP primary has grown.

In a survey done by CBS News between June 9th and 10th, which included 1,798 voters, the former president got 61 percent, outpacing Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis by a whopping 38 points (61 percent to 23 percent). With just 4% of the vote, GOP Senator Tim Scott is in third place.

Most respondents said they were concerned that the former president had been singled out for political rather than legal grounds in the indictment. CBS News claims:

“There is no sign that Donald Trump’s place as the undisputed front-runner for the 2024 candidacy has been harmed, at least not yet, according to Republican primary voters who say they are much more worried that his indictment is based on politics than that his alleged behavior poses a national security danger. In both consideration and vote preference, he continues to be well ahead of others.

In reality, the majority of Republican primary voters would not normally see his retaining the purported papers containing nuclear systems or military plans as posing an immediate threat to national security.

“Most people specifically disregarded the possibility that the indictment’s accusations would alter their opinions of Mr. Trump. Even if he is finally found guilty of a felony related to the incident, the majority believe he should still be eligible to run for president again.

The former president also topped the straw poll at the Western Conservative Conference which took place about 24 hours after the full details of the indictment were made public. The former president was accused in the indictment of handling extremely sensitive documents including nuclear secrets improperly at his home.

With 40.3 percent of the vote, Trump beat Ron DeSantis, who got 35.8 percent of the vote.

Author: Blake Ambrose

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