Trump Tops CPAC Presidential Poll–With Higher Numbers Than Last Year

It’s no secret that, as Biden’s approval crashes and burns, Trump’s increases. It seems like every time Biden does something to hurt the American people, voters turn to 45 for hope. Biden has presided over one of the worst periods in American history—and he has only been president for one year.

Thanks to Joe, we have record inflation, an open border, rampant crime, skyrocketing energy prices, Afghanistan in the Taliban’s hands, and Russia invading Europe. To make matters worse, Biden and his party refuses to do anything to correct his many errors—only further outraging Americans.

So, we shouldn’t be surprised to see Trump’s approval surging, even in conservative circles.

Sunday’s Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) straw poll revealed Donald Trump has grown his dominance in the Republican Party.

Fifty-nine percent of the CPAC participants voted for Trump, while just 28 percent checked DeSantis. Two percent voted for Mike Pompeo.

Trump increased his lead from last year when he polled at 55 percent, four points less than 2022. [Source: Breitbart]

Trump has more support for president at CPAC this year than last year. You’d think enthusiasm for the man would have died down. But the exact opposite is true. Most Republicans are more eager to re-elect him than before. This is pretty important, considering what the left has tried to do.

After the 2020 Election, Democrats enlisted the help of so-called Republicans to sink Trump’s reputation. Numerous D.C. Republicans came out against Trump and offered their support to Biden. That includes Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, House Republicans like Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger, and members of Trump’s own administration like Nikki Haley and Bill Burr.

All of these RINOs were more concerned with their future political careers and caved to the left’s fake narrative. They were trying to turn Americans against Trump, hoping to win approval from the establishment. But they clearly failed. Trump is the de facto leader of the GOP—and anyone who wants to win this year and beyond needs his approval.

Don’t be surprised to see his approval surge all the more, as we get closer to 2024. Let’s hope to God we’ll still have a country by then.

Author: Kit Fargo