DeSantis Leading All Challengers in Gubernatorial Polling

In 2018, Ron DeSantis won one of the more exciting elections of the year.

DeSantis faced off against former Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum.

With more than eight million votes cast, DeSantis only won by about 33,000 votes (0.4 percent).

Voters seem pretty happy they made that decision today, as DeSantis has a far more significant lead against the field.

Big Win on the Horizon

The latest Mason-Dixon Polling and Research has DeSantis with a commanding lead over all the top Democrat candidates.

Rep. Charlie Crist, state Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried, and state Sen. Annette Taddeo will be battling out in the primary race for the right to represent the Democrat Party in the election.

DeSantis currently holds a 51-43, 53-42, and 53-37 percent lead, respectively, in each of those potential races.

The drive behind the big numbers for DeSantis is likely his handling of the pandemic.

While many states around the country shut down for at least a short period, including Texas, DeSantis kept Florida operational the entire time.

It was a bold move, but it ended up being the right one.

Data from the pandemic now tells us that the lockdowns were completely ineffective, with the conclusion of a recent Johns Hopkins study recommending that a lockdown should never be considered in such a scenario again.

For the most part, the mainstream media buried the study, more than likely because it made people like DeSantis look good, and God forbid a Republican gets positive media coverage these days from anyone other than Fox News.

To that point, DeSantis currently has a 53 percent approval rating among voters compared to a 43 percent disapproval rating.

I cannot help but wonder how those 43 percent thought he could have done a better job under such trying circumstances.

If these numbers hold for DeSantis, he will have the largest margin of victory in a Florida gubernatorial election in almost two decades.

The last election decided by more than two points was when Crist won in 2006 by seven points.

Personally, I am hoping DeSantis’ lead grows even more, thrusting him to the front of the pack for potential presidential candidates in 2024.

Who would you rather see run for president in 2024, Donald Trump or Ron DeSantis?

Let us know in the comments section below.

Source: The Hill


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