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The Iowa Standard asked a different question every day during the 2022 Iowa State Fair. A few of the questions centered around President Donald J. Trump — and based on the results, Trump remains extremely popular.

On Aug. 21, attendees were asked who they would prefer for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination — President Donald J. Trump, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis or someone else.


President Trump received 305 votes (69 percent) while DeSantis captured 83 votes (19 percent). Fifty-five respondents chose “someone else” (12 percent).

Other polls asked included:

Aug. 18 – Did the media do its job reporting the Hunter Biden corruption?

No – 257 (96 percent)
Yes – 12 (4 percent)

Aug. 13 – Do you approve of the FBI raid of Mar-a-Lago?

No – 411 (79 percent)
Yes – 112 (21 percent)

Aug. 12 – Do you have confidence in the 2020 Presidential Election results?

No – 342 (84.4 percent)
Yes – 63 (15.5 percent)

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