Six out of ten Republicans believe that former US President Donald Trump should run again in the presidential election in 2024. A similar number believe that the presidential election last November, which was won by Democrat Joe Biden, was stolen from Trump from During voter fraud on a large scale.
Almost three months have passed since Donald Trump supporters forcibly stormed the Capitol Building in Washington, DC, United States. In those events, a total of five people were killed. Many then made their accusation pointed to Trump who had recently instigated the crowd with A. Speech In which he spoke, among other things, of “election fraud” and “fighting with greater force.” However, a new impeachment trial was voted on by loyal Republican supporters of the former president.
Storming the Capitol
So far, Trump has not fully condemned the actions of the January 6 terrorists. In recent months, he and his Republican allies have been increasingly distorting today’s realities.
From a survey conducted by Ipsos News Agency Reuters This tactic appears to be catching up with a large portion of the MAGA supporters. About half of Republicans believe the blockade of the Capitol was largely peaceful or were blamed on left-wing activists who “wanted to cast Trump in a bad light.”
Hardly three in ten Republicans believe Trump bears any responsibility for the day’s events. 59% of Americans think so.
Presidential elections 2024
Donald Trump clearly remains hugely popular within the Republican Party. According to an Ipsos / Reuters poll, eight out of ten Republicans still have a positive impression of the former president. In fact, six out of ten Republicans believe that the 74-year-old Donald Trump should run for president again in 2024.