According to a new recent survey, more over half of Americans believe former President Trump’s proposal to repeal the Constitution’s election procedures should prohibit him from running for President in 2024.
According to a Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday, 51 percent of registered voters believe the former president’s new statements should keep him off the 2024 ballot, while 40 percent believe he should not be disqualified.
86 percent of Democrats and 52 percent of independents, when broken down by party, believe that the statements should disqualify him, compared to only 17 percent of Republicans.
Trump’s favorability has also fallen to record lows among both Republican voters and the general public, according to the Quinnipiac survey, with only 31% of Americans expressing a favorable opinion of the former president.
The poll, which was conducted Dec. 8–12 and included 1,456 registered U.S. voters, had a margin of error of +/– 2.6 percentage points.
Trump said earlier this month that the 2020 presidential election was “a Massive Fraud” on Truth Social and went on to claim that the alleged fraud “allows for the termination of all rules, regulations, and articles, even those found in the Constitution.”
Shortly after the November midterm elections, which showed poor results for the GOP and losses in crucial contests for some of Trump’s biggest supporters, Trump declared his candidacy for president in the upcoming 2024 election.
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