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TO EXCLUDE, TO EXPEL: Tampa, Fla.– According to Fox News, former President Donald Trump dominated the 2024 GOP presidential nomination poll at the Summit for American Student Action on Sunday.
TPUSA polled conference attendees — youth activists around the country — who they would vote for in 2024 if Trump decided to launch another run for the White House.
78.7% of attendees said they would vote for Trump.
19% said they would vote for Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, 1% said they would vote for Governor of South Dakota. Kristi Noem, 0.5% said they would vote for former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo; 0.3% said they would vote for Sen. Ted Cruz, 0.3% said they would vote for former Amb. Nikki Haley; and 0.3% said they would vote for former Vice President Mike Pence.
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Trump spoke at the conference on Saturday night, hinting at a run to 2024. His speech was the keynote on the second day of the Summit on Action for Chinese Students. The turning point. Trump’s speech came on a Friday night by DeSantis, who is seen alongside Trump as one of the most potential GOP 2024 candidates.
Teasing his own possible 2024 run, Trump on Saturday said he won the 2016 election, falsely claimed he had won the 2020 election and said, “now we might have to do it again.”
“If I stayed at home, if I announced that I would not run for office, the persecution of Donald Trump would immediately stop,” Trump also said later in the speech. “But that’s what they wanted me to do. And you know what? No chance for me to do that.”
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Trump concluded his speech saying that with President Biden’s presidency, his re-elected slogan of “keep America great”, is now obsolete. Still, Trump said, “we’re going to make America great again.”
30.3% of attendees said California Gov. Gavin Newsom will be the most difficult opponent to defeat for the Republican Party; 13.6% said that former First Lady Michelle Obama; 10.5% said former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton; 10.3% said Sen. Bernie Sanders; 7.9% said Vice President Kamala Harris; 5.9% said Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Only 4.4% of attendees said President Biden will be the hardest Republican candidate to beat in 2024.
Attendees were also polled whether they approve or disapprove of forming the Republican Party in Washington DC—with 92.7% saying they disapprove and 7.3% saying they approve.
73.8% of conference attendees said they were not confident that Republicans could communicate with younger voters, while 26.2 percent said they were.
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Meanwhile, attendees were also polled on whether they thought “build the southern border wall” or “send $56 billion to Ukraine” as more important.
98% of attendees said building a wall to secure the US southern border was “more important.”