Is Donald Trump starting to lose his magic with conservative voters?
That may be reading a bit much into the most recent Western Conservative Summit straw poll, but it should give Trump some pause for concern.
Is the shine off Trump or is this just an outlier?
Nationwide, Trump is still the overall leader among possible GOP candidates.
This poll, however, which DeSantis did win last year, should be a concern for Trump.
It shows that not all pockets of conservatives around the country are interested in Trump 2.0.
Biden’s polling numbers are still awful, but the presidential election is still two and a half years away.
If Trump runs, regardless of how badly Biden is doing, some conservatives will never vote for him.
If DeSantis runs, they are all pretty much guaranteed to pull the handle for him, so this is something we have to consider as we get closer to the mid-terms wrapping up.
Do we want to see a close election that could literally go either way, or do we want a blowout win to truly make a statement?
So, let’s hear from our readers.
If Biden and Trump are polling evenly or within a few points after the 2022 cycle is over, do you still want Trump to run, risking a loss, or would you prefer DeSantis to run and have a blowout win?
Tell us your thoughts in the comments section below.
Source: Fox News