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World Don Jr. and Ron DeSantis rack up high approval ratings among GOP

02:11  28 november  2021
02:11  28 november  2021 Source:   msn.com

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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and Donald Trump, Jr. are racking up high approval ratings among Republicans as the party sorts through a bevy of figures seeking to lead the party amid a polarized electorate and fierce GOP opposition to President Biden.

Donald Trump Jr., a favorite at Trump rallies dating back to 2015 and 2016, scored the highest approval ratings in a new survey by Fabrizio, Lee & Associates.

His approval rating stood at a net positive rating of 55 per cent among Republicans. He was running essentially even with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who has rallied his party against coronavirus lockdowns.

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DeSantis has been among several figures mentioned as possible 2024 Republican presidential candidates. Trump Jr. has frequently been seen as a potential heir to his father's political legacy, although he has never held public office and has turned down opportunities to pursue statewide elective office.

He helped run the Trump Organization while his father was in the White House, although the company was indicted on tax fraud charges last month and faces protracted legal struggles.

The men are among seven public figures whose popularity was measured in a poll conducted by Tony Fabrizio, who did polling for Donald Trump's two presidential campaigns. The data was reported by Axios, although the article did not reveal question wording or ordering, or reveal any data on a straight-up question on who respondents favor for president.

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One figure who is in the gutter among her own party, according to the poll, is GOP Rep. Liz Cheney, who voted to impeach Trump and accepted Speaker Nancy Pelosi's appointment to a Jan. 6th riot commission.

She has become the face of a dwindling opposition to former President Trump amid the House GOP. Her approval rating stood at a negative 43 per cent among Republicans, according to the poll.

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, who denounced Trump after the riot, but has worked to stymie much of President Biden's agenda and helped force through Trump's Supreme Court picks, comes in at a barely net positive rating of + 2 per cent.

Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.), a loyal Trump backer who is facing potential criminal indictment amid a probe of former Seminole County Tax Collector Joel Greenberg, scored a net positive 17 per cent rating.

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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.), who was stripped of her committee assignments this year amid a series of statements, including embracing a 9/11 conspiracy theory, accusing Nancy Pelosi of treason, and blaming lasers from space for California wildfires, comes in at a net positive 8 per cent. The lawmakers was able to score a big fundraising haul after getting ousted from committees.

DeSantis, 42, comes from a state that is key to presidential politics and was a cornerstone of Trump's 2016 win. He has sought to carve out a role as a leader of resistance to coronavirus restrictions, although his state has now become a national center for new infections from the coronavirus.

The approval ratings that were released did not include former President Donald Trump, who is blasting out daily attacks on President Biden and who continues to claim the 2020 election was fraudulent. Trump has seen elected Republicans in Congress fall behind his claims in the weeks since the Jan. 6th Capitol riot.

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