Nearly a THIRD of Republican voters believe Trump will be ‘restored’ by the end of this YEAR, new poll finds
- Nearly a third of Republican voters believe former President Donald Trump will be ‘restored’, new polls from Morning Consult and Politico show
- 29 percent of self-proclaimed Republicans considered it very or somewhat likely that Trump will be re-appointed as US president this year
- “That’s actually something that seems to resonate fairly deeply with Republican voters,” Morning Consult editor-in-chief Cameron Easley said.
Nearly a third of Republican voters believe former President Donald Trump will be ‘restored’, new polls by Morning Consult and Politico found.
A national tracking poll conducted from June 4 to 7, it found that 29 percent of self-proclaimed Republicans considered it very or somewhat likely that Trump will be reinstated as US president this year.
“That’s actually something that seems to resonate fairly deeply with Republican voters,” Morning Consult editor-in-chief Cameron Easley said on SiriusXM’s Wednesday.Julie Mason Mornings‘ adding that he thought it was an ‘eye-catching song’.
Nearly a third of Republican voters believe former President Donald Trump will be ‘restored’ in Morning Consult and Politico polls found
Overall, 29 percent of Republicans said they believed it was highly or somewhat likely that Trump would be reinstated as president this year
Maggie Haberman of the New York Times tweeted last week that former President Donald Trump has been telling people he expects to be reinstated as president in August.
“That seems very high,” Easley said.
Last week, New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman tweeted that Trump “has told a number of people he has contact with that he expects to be rehired in August.”
“No, it doesn’t work that way, just share the information,” the journalist added aside.
The Washington Post confirmed Haberman’s reporting notes that Trump has become fixated on election audits and has shared with allies that they could lead to him returning to the White House later this year.
“Some advisers said such comments appear to be just superficial musings,” The Post also wrote.
It doesn’t matter how serious the sentiment that belief has caused in different groups, the poll found.
Of Republicans, 17 percent said they considered it very likely and 12 percent said it was somewhat likely that Trump would be reinstated.
Of all voters, 10 percent said it was highly likely and 9 percent said it was somewhat likely that Trump would be reinstated in the White House.
In addition to Republicans, 22 percent of those who said they were employed by the government told Morning Consult and Politico’s pollsters that there was a very high probability that Trump would be reinstated.
Another 11 percent of officials found the scenario somewhat likely.
Older voters tended to think it was less possible.
Only 11 percent of baby boomers said it was very or somewhat likely, compared with 32 percent of millennials and 27 percent of Gen-Z surveyed.
The June 4-7 poll was taken of 1,990 registered voters, with a margin of error of plus-or-minus 2 percent.
Trump has continued to stir up the so-called “big lie,” telling supporters for months that he had been deprived of a second term, despite there being no evidence of widespread electoral fraud.
During a performance last week in North Carolina, Trump winked at those who would believe the theory.
“We’re going to take the White House back, and sooner than you think,” he said.