Posted BY: Jasmine | NwoReport

As highlighted by a recent poll, President Donald Trump has broken records for GOP candidate support in the race against President Joe Biden. The Rasmussen polling firm’s results reveal an impressive 60 percent support from GOP primary voters for Trump, indicating a remarkable 47-point lead over his closest competitor, biotechnology businessman Vivek Ramaswamy.

This unexpected surge has overshadowed Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who now stands at 13 percent compared to his previous 8 percent. According to RealClearPolitics, Trump’s national average has risen to around 54 percent, a significant achievement surpassing the critical 50 percent threshold. This means that even if all other contenders rallied behind a single alternative, Trump would still emerge victorious in a head-to-head match.

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Notably, the former president’s support isn’t just broad and deep. An impressive 83 percent of his faithful supporters express unwavering commitment to him in the GOP primary. This contrasts starkly with DeSantis, whose support base is marked by a lower 38 percent of absolute certainty, and 62 percent who admit their allegiance could be swayed. Furthermore, Rasmussen’s poll demonstrates a generic GOP candidate leading a generic Democrat candidate by 48 percent to 43 percent, marking the GOP’s strongest performance this year.

Combining these developments with other polls indicating Trump’s potential victory over President Biden in a head-to-head match, it is evident that this will be a major topic in the upcoming GOP debate on August 23rd. Intriguingly, Trump’s confidence shines through as he privately informs allies that he holds a considerable lead, casting doubts on the necessity of debating his underperforming opponents. Notably, he has chosen not to sign the Republican National Committee’s “loyalty pledge,” there is speculation of him hosting an independent event in competition with the GOP’s proceedings. All eyes are now on Trump, who maintains a commanding presence in the GOP primary race.