In spite of all the liberalist leftist propaganda from the mainstream media and Big Tech’s “social media”, the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic sent America’s way from China, and the highly dubious 2020 presidential election, President Donald Trump remains not only the indisputable leader of the Republican Party, but also indisputably popular with huge swaths of the American public.

The abject failure of Empty Shelves Joe Biden, aka “the Democrat President”, on absolutely all fronts that the Americans are viewing with shock and awe at the moment is only going to strengthen Trump’s appeal thanks to the clear and decisive leadership style that he demonstrated on countless occasions, hands down!

Consolidating intra-GOP support, growing with independents

The results from a fresh public rating poll – and from a Democrat-leaning pollster at that – have just shown that a whopping 76% of all Republican voters are eager to see Donald Trump run for president once again in 2024.

Only 16% of the GOP supporters think that he should sit out the next election.

The results from the Quinnipiac University survey show that Trump is doing very well among independents – only 58% of all independents think he shouldn’t run; with the Democrats, the figure understandably stands at 94%.

The public opinion poll of Quinnipiac University was held between October 15 and October 18, surveying a total of American 1,342 adults, including 1,168 registered voters.

It has a margin of error of 2.7 percentage points and 2.9 percentage points, respectively.

The survey results are construed as demonstrating the adamant support that Trump enjoys among the Republican base – especially considering that in the same poll held in May only 66% said he should run for the White House once again in 2024.

Tim Malloy, the survey analyst for Quinnipiac University, stated in the poll release that “half” of Americans feel that Trump has “damaged the underpinning of democracy” – a totally unjustified Democrat claim – but notes that intra-Republican Party support for Trump has been growing.

Against the backdrop of Biden’s numerous catastrophes – from Afghanistan and illegal migration to COVID-19 and inflation – Trump’s support among all groups, Democrats included, is only going to go up.

It’s coming close to becoming official

The 45th President of the United States has been hinting very strongly for several months now that he plans to run for the American presidency in the 2024 presidential election.

Yet, he hasn’t made his candidacy official, and has started campaigning officially, as that would trigger election rules on his public appearances.

Nevertheless, Trump has been holding giant rallies throughout the country, dealing devastating moral and rhetorical blows to the Biden administration and its figurehead president Empty Shelves Joe.