Approximately 3 out of 10 Republicans say they believe they are ex in a new poll President TrumpDonald Trump Jack Chiatarelli Wins GOP Championship in New Jersey Governor’s House House Judiciary Democrats urge DOJ to overturn Trump’s defense decision Democratic super PAC targets Youngkin for voting rights MORE will be restored this year.
A poll by Politico-Morning Consult, released Wednesday, found that most Americans reject the idea of Trump being reinstated as president, including 61
More than 8 out of 10 Democrats – 84 percent – and 70 percent of independents also reject the idea that Trump will be elected president once proven President BidenJoe Biden House Democrats from the judiciary call on DOJ to overturn Trump’s defense decision Democratic super PAC targets Youngkin for voting rights Harris called first foreign trip a success amid criticism of the border MORE deceived in the election.
New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman reported last week that Trump was putting pressure on conservative media to legitimize their conspiracy theories about the 2020 presidential election, which were “falsified” against him.
The former president is also telling people in his orbit that he expects to be reinstated by August this year.
“And none of this is possible. But that’s something he’s trying to bring into the conservative media ecosystem, “Haberman said during a visit to CNN. “And I expect it to intensify the more he is investigated by the Manhattan District Attorney and the New York Attorney General and the threat of prosecution in the coming months.”
Since losing last year’s presidential election, Trump has repeatedly insisted on baseless allegations of widespread voter fraud and suggested that the election was not fair.
Polls show a solid majority of GP voters who still support Trump and his policies, with a significant portion of Republican voters hoping he will run for president again in 2024.
Trump has not confirmed his future political plans, saying he is currently focused on helping elect Republicans loyal to him and his agenda before Congress.
“As you know, it’s very early. But I think people will be very, very happy when I make a certain announcement,” Trump said early last month. “You know, for campaign funding reasons, you really can’t do it too early because it’s a completely different thing.”
A new poll by Politico-Morning Consult also found that 59 percent of Republicans polled said they wanted to see Trump play an important role in the party ahead.
In another key finding, 77 of all respondents said they believed American democracy was in danger, including 82% of Republicans and 77% of Democrats.
Morning Consult noted that only 4 out of 10 Republicans said they had at least “little” confidence in the electoral system.
The poll was conducted June 4-7 among 1990 registered voters. It has an error of 2 percentage points.
Updated at 8:10 a.m.