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About 75% Of US Voters Believe Trump’s 2024 Campaign Won’t Be Impacted If Indicted Over Stormy Daniels Hush-money Scheme

In a recent survey, nearly 75% of participants indicated they thought former president Donald Trump’s 2024 campaign wouldn’t be affected or benefited if he is charged in the Stormy Daniels hush-money investigation.
According to a recent Trafalgar Group poll of likely American voters, 37.5 percent of respondents said an indictment would have little impact, and 36.8 percent thought the former president would benefit politically from being charged with a crime.

Only 25.7% of respondents thought it would harm Trump’s campaign.

Democrats in the poll were more likely to think that an indictment, which would be a historic first, would harm Trump’s chances of winning the presidency again.

Republicans were more likely to think that the ex-president would benefit in the long run from an indictment.
Just 14.8% of Democrats who were asked about the impending indictment believed it benefited Trump’s candidacy.

Around the same number, 42.5 percent, believed it would have no effect, while another 42.7% said it would harm the former president.

Republican respondents believed that an indictment would benefit Trump 56.2% of the time.

Only 11.3% of Republican voters said it would harm Trump’s campaign.

Another 32.5 percent believed there would be no effect.

The findings of the survey were corroborated by interviews done by DailyMail.com with participants at Trump’s Waco rally, who said they thought an indictment would help him win.

Trump is dealing with a number of legal issues.

The grand jury for Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg will convene once more on Monday to consider whether to indict Trump in the hush-money investigation.

Fani T. Willis, the district attorney for Fulton County, is also investigating Trump’s meddling in the 2020 election after he called Georgia election authorities to challenge President Joe Biden’s victory.
The federal government is also looking investigating Trump, with Special Counsel Jack Smith leading the Justice Department’s inquiries into the former president’s handling of sensitive materials after leaving office and his involvement in the attack on the Capitol on January 6.

The Florida governor Ron DeSantis, who hasn’t formally declared his candidacy for president in 2024, is Trump’s main competitor, according to national polls.

Trump is supported by 44.3 percent of likely Republican primary voters, according to the Real Clear Politics polling average, compared to DeSantis’ 29.2 percent.

But, according to two recent polls released early last week, DeSantis appears to be able to compete with Trump in Iowa and New Hampshire. Early in the following year, these states will have the first Republican presidential primary and GOP caucus.
According to polling data provided to Axios by the Republican polling company Public Opinion Strategies, DeSantis was level with Trump in New Hampshire and had a 39 percent to 39 percent advantage over him in Iowa.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) won the Iowa caucuses in 2016, but Trump won the New Hampshire primary handily and went on to capture the GOP nomination.

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