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Not much has changed in regards to the top pick among Republicans for the 2024 Presidential Election. The latest Rasmussen Reports survey on the topic revealed 47 percent of likely Republican voters selected President Donald J. Trump as the candidate they’d most likely support for President in 2024.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis was second with 20 percent, but nobody else registered in double digits.


Congresswoman Liz Cheney actually finished third with seven percent while Sen. Ted Cruz garnered six percent. Mike Pence had five percent while Nikki Haley and Mike Pompeo each earned three percent.

When all likely voters are included — meaning both Democrats and unaffiliated voters as well as Republicans — Trump’s percentage falls to 30 and Cheney’s ticks up to 16. DeSantis receives 14 percent while all other named contenders are in single digits.

Self-identified conservatives back Trump at 43 percent, while 24 percent support DeSantis. Nobody else is in double digits.

Trump leads with 28 percent among moderate voters while Cheney is second at 21 percent.

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