BREAKING: POLL: Only 27% Of TRUMP VOTERS Said They Would Stay With The GOP If Trump STARTED THE PATRIOT PARTY




By John Paluska, Founder of The Daily Fodder

A new poll by Suffolk University/USA Today that surveyed 1,000 Trump voters found that almost half, 47%, would abandon the Republican Party if President Trump started the Patriot Party. 26% said they have not decided yet and only 27% said they would stick with the GOP.

The results are positive for those who are tired of the GOP abandoning conservatism in some vain attempt to appeal to Democrat Party voters by abandoning their principles and becoming more like the Democrats.

USA Today reports:

By double digits, 46%-27%, those surveyed say they would abandon the GOP and join the Trump party if the former president decided to create one. The rest are undecided.

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By 2-1, 59%-29%, Trump voters say they want him to run for president again in 2024. If he ran, three of four, 76%, would support him for the nomination; 85% would vote for him in a general election.

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Three of four, 73%, say Biden wasn't legitimately elected. Most don't want their representatives to cooperate with him, even if that means gridlock in Washington.

The poll also found some other important notes for the GOP. For one, 80% of republican voters said they would NOT VOTE FOR a Republican who voted to impeach President Trump. Further, 80% of republicans also say the 7 Republicans who voted to impeach President Trump were simply being political, not living up to their convictions.

Additionally, 42% of Republicans said the impeachment trial INCREASED their support of President Trump, whereas only 4% said it decreased their support. The rest were unaffected by the impeachment trial.

Finally, more than 90% of Republicans surveyed said Trump wasn't guilty of inciting an insurrection, despite the false narrative being repeated by the mainstream media.


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