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Trump easily defeats DeSantis at ’24’ in Fla . poll

Young conservatives overwhelmingly chose former President Donald Trump over Florida Governor Ron DeSantis in a poll at a summit in the Sunshine State on Sunday.

When asked who they would vote for if the former president launched his 2024 re-election bid, 78.7% of Turning Point USA caucus attendees chose Trump, while 19% chose DeSantis, Fox News mentioned.

No other Republican came close.

South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem was the closest with 1%, followed by former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo with 0.5%, while Senator Ted Cruz of Texas, former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley and former Vice President Mike Pence finished with 0.3% a piece. .

Trump delivered the keynote address Saturday night at the summit in Tampa.

Cruz and DeSantis also spoke at the weekend meeting.

Conference attendees were also asked which potential 2024 Democratic candidate would be most difficult to defeat.

About 78.7% of young conservatives surveyed chose former President Donald Trump as their Republican presidential candidate.
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Donald Trump scores high in the poll.
Only 19% of those surveyed chose Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.
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    Florida Governor Ron DeSantis speaks before US President Donald Trump arrives for his campaign gala at Miami Opa Luca Executive Airport on November 1, 2020 in Opa Luca, Florida.  President Trump continues his campaign against Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden through the November 3 election.
The survey was conducted in DeSantis’ home state of Florida.
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The poll found that voters believe Governor Gavin Newsom will be tough to defeat for president in 2024.
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California Governor Gavin Newsom led the group with 30.3%.

Former first lady Michelle Obama came second with 13.6%, Hillary Clinton with 10.5%, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders with 10.3%, Vice President Kamala Harris with 7.9%, New York Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez with 5.9%, and President Biden. by 4.4%.

Among the Democratic candidates are Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg with 3.8%, former Representative Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii with 1% and Georgia Governor Stacy Abrams with 0.5%.

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