The latest Harvard CAPS/Harris poll on potential 2024 GOP candidates looks good for former President Donald Trump —even though he’s yet to throw his red hat into the ring.
According to The Hill, “In a hypothetical eight-person GOP presidential primary, Trump holds a clear edge, garnering 57 percent support among Republican voters. DeSantis and former Vice President Mike Pence are nearly deadlocked at 12 percent and 11 percent, respectively. No other would-be candidate tested in the poll registers double-digit support.”
“Should Trump forgo another campaign for the White House, however, DeSantis would supplant him as the frontrunner. The Florida governor scores 30 percent support in a field that doesn’t include Trump, while Pence takes second place at 24 percent.”
Check out the full results over at The Hill: