A majority of Republican voters would support Donald Trump, who would support one of his children for the presidency, the poll says; although more would like to elect Vice President Mike Pence in 2024.
There has been speculation that Trump will run on his own in the next presidential election, although he still hasn’t given up his fight for 2020 – despite a lack of evidence, he continued to argue that widespread fraud and irregularities helped Joe Biden’s success.
While he is seen as a continuous figure, talk about it if his children – namely Donald Trump Jr. or Ivanka Trump – raised the shot to the highest position.
Although opinion polls suggest many Republicans prefer to continue Trump, not everyone seems to be opposed to the idea of one of their children taking on the mantle of Trumpism.
In a seven-letter Insight poll conducted by 1,500 voters surveyed Nov. 10-19, more than half (52 percent) of respondents who professed to be Republicans said they would support Trump in approving one of his children for the president in 2024.
However, a higher proportion (66 per cent) said they supported Donald Trump’s resumption in four years.
While the idea of a Trump Jr. or Ivanka run may get some support, surveys show that Vice President Pence is a more popular choice than either.
Respondents to the poll were asked who would likely return in the next presidential election, Trump himself would be included among the Republicans.
He was followed by Pence, the third jr. Trump.
Ivanka was the seventh favorite, behind Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX), former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley and Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL).
In the Echelon Insights poll, 465 Republican or GOP-based voters were given a list of potential candidates and asked who to consider supporting. Trump took the lead, with 52 percent saying they support it. Again, Pence followed, 45 percent of them open to falling behind on the vice president’s possible run.
Cruz came in third with 32 percent, followed by Trump Jr. in fourth with 22 percent.
During Trump’s interview, Tren was asked if he would receive Pence’s “automatic approval.” Fox & Friends In June 2019
Then he refused to say he would, commenting on the pair running again.
“Well, it’s far away, look – I love Mike, we’re running again, but you’re talking for a long time, so you can’t put me in a situation like that,” he said.
“But I would definitely consider it. He’s a very, very outstanding man.”
Pence had to try a run in 2024, though he didn’t explicitly say he planned to do so.
Newsweek he approached the Trump campaign to comment on who the president might be in 2024 if he didn’t start himself