Trump wins CPAC straw poll with 55 percent, All Highlights

Reflecting the views of current and former elected office-bearers, activists, writers and others attending the three-day conference, the straw poll conducted by secret ballot, groups representing the Republican Party's.

Trump wins CPAC straw poll with 55 percent, All Highlights
Trump wins CPAC straw poll with 55 percent, All Highlights

Almost four months after losing the 2020 election, Donald J. Trump succeeded in celebrating the winner again on Sunday after capturing the 2024 presidential straw poll of the Conservative Political Action Conference on Sunday, while Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida finished in first place. The second 2024 straw poll covered an area of ​​potential candidates that did not include Mr. Trump.

But in a surprising bit of downward news for Mr. Trump, 68 percent of people at the conference said they wanted the former president to run again in 2024. 95 percent, and more attendees said they wanted the Republican Party to pursue Sh. Trump's policies and agenda supported his re-run, even as mere mention of Mr. Trump's name sparked loud applause at a three-day gathering of activists.

Reflecting the views of current and former elected office-bearers, activists, writers and others attending the three-day conference, the straw poll conducted by secret ballot, groups representing the Republican Party's.

The former president had completely dominated the weekend gathering in Orlando - a huge golden facsimile of his was a top attraction for activists - and the organizers of the event, known as CPAC, gained the next presidential field Put together two straw elections for. Whether Trump moves or not.

Mr. Trump took 55 percent of the votes in the straw poll he was included in. Mr. Trump polled with 21 percent support. Mr. DeSantis was the only Republican to reach double digits. The results were presented by Jim McLaughlin, a pollster for Mr. Trump who surveyed for CPAC.

Throughout the weekend, several CPAC speakers, particularly other potential Republican 2024 candidates, welcomed Mr. Trump and made a case for his achievements on Friday and Saturday.

"Donald J. Trump is not going anywhere," Texas Senator Ted Cruz said with a thunderous applause on Friday.The results were released on Sunday afternoon, before Mr. Trump appeared at the CPAC to deliver the first speech of his presidential speech.

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