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New Poll Shows Trump 37 Points Ahead of DeSantis in Primary Race

According to a survey issued on Monday, former President Trump reportedly has a 37-point advantage over Florida Governor Ron DeSantis in the Republican primary campaign.

According to the New York Times/Sienna College survey, Trump has a 54 percent to 17 percent advantage against DeSantis among Republican primary voters who are likely to vote.

No other contender received more than 3 percent of the vote.

DeSantis receives only 9% and 13% of the support, respectively, among those aged at least 65 and those without a college degree, two of the major voting categories in the Republican Party.

According to the poll, just 15% of Republicans who identify as “very conservative” supported DeSantis, while 65 percent of same Republicans indicated they supported Trump.

Republican voters nevertheless overwhelmingly supported Trump in a fictitious one-on-one contest with DeSantis after ruling out all other GOP contenders, with Trump receiving 62 percent support to DeSantis’s 31 percent.

The poll showed Trump winning the GOP race in nearly all demographic, geographic, and ideological groupings despite his mounting legal troubles.

The margin of error for the poll of 1,329 registered voters, which was conducted from July 23 to July 27, with an oversample of 818 probable Republican primary voters, is 3.67 percentage points for all registered voters and 3.96 percentage points for GOP voters.

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