Trump Dominates Polls for 2024 Presidential Race in Key States | Wayne Dupree

According to recent polls, former President Donald Trump is significantly ahead of other Republican presidential candidates for 2024 in Iowa and South Carolina. 

According to a Sunday Fox Business poll, Trump has 46% support in Iowa, the state where the first GOP presidential nominating caucus will take place in January. 

In Iowa, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis receives 16% of the vote, while South Carolina Senator Tim Scott receives 11%. 

Trump is polling at 48% support in South Carolina, where it is even higher. Another Fox Business poll places Scott at 10%, DeSantis at 13%, and former South Carolina governor Nikki Haley at 14% in terms of popularity in her home state.

On February 24, 2024, there will be a GOP primary in South Carolina.

In the meantime, the Iowa race is getting hotter as a PAC backing DeSantis released a new television commercial criticizing the state’s well-liked governor, Kim Reynolds, using an artificial intelligence-generated version of Trump’s voice.

Between July 15 and July 19, Beacon Research (D) and Shaw & Company Research (R) surveyed 808 likely GOP primary voters in South Carolina. The error margin is 3.5%. 

Between July 15 and July 19, Beacon and Shaw also polled 806 likely GOP primary voters in Iowa. The error margin is 3.5%.

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