‘He Should Quit’: Donald Trump Just Got Hit With A Devastating New Poll

Half of Americans want Donald Trump to drop out of the race: According to a new poll, while the former president still has a big lead in the Republican primary contest, almost 50 percent of those asked would prefer Trump drop out of the presidential race. 

Half of Americans want Donald Trump to drop out of the race: According to a new poll, while the former president still has a big lead in the Republican primary contest, almost 50 percent of those asked would prefer Trump drop out of the presidential race. 

Former President Donald Trump is facing a mixed scenario as he navigates the political landscape. While he maintains a significant lead in the Republican primary race, recent poll data from ABC News/Ipsos suggests that half of Americans surveyed believe he should suspend his campaign, up from 49 percent in a previous poll conducted before his latest indictment in Georgia. Furthermore, 20 percent of Republicans feel he should end his bid for the presidency. Trump’s critics claim that these factors are taking a toll on his popularity and momentum.

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Although Trump initially gained support among Republicans after his first indictment in New York, subsequent indictments have not yielded the same effect. An Emerson College poll shows a slight reduction in his lead among GOP primary voters, with 50 percent indicating support, down from 56 percent in a previous poll. This drop occurred amidst his fourth indictment and his absence from the first presidential debate, where other candidates participated.

Spencer Kimball, Executive Director of Emerson College Polling, suggests that the diminishing support might signal a potential challenge for Trump’s campaign. While he maintains his position as the frontrunner, there appears to be a softening of support among his base.

Meanwhile, on Trump’s Truth Social platform, he criticized Special Counsel Jack Smith, who is responsible for two of his indictments. Trump alleges that Smith’s team engaged in a “Witch Hunt” for almost three years and questions the timing of the latest indictment during Joe Biden’s campaign. He also expressed frustration over a trial date set for March 2024 in the Washington, D.C. federal case related to the 2020 election, which Trump is accused of trying to overturn. The proposed trial dates from both sides are significantly apart, creating a dispute.

While March 2024 has been mentioned as a trial date for the New York case involving Trump’s alleged falsification of documents, firm trial dates for the other two cases are still pending.

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