Following the indictment, Donald Trump’s support among Republican voters drops by 6 points.

Ron DeSantis is still trailed by Donald Trump by more than 20%. Following his indictment, former President Donald Trump’s support among Republican voters dropped by six points, according to a recent poll. He still has a 20%+ advantage over Ron DeSantis. According to a CNN/SSRS poll issued on Tuesday, June 20, Donald still maintains 47% of Republican voters’ support.

Ron is in second place, on the other hand. However, according to the most current poll, he behind Donald by 21%. When the same study was conducted in May, Donals had a lead over Ron of 27% (53 percent to 26 percent).

Between May and June, Donald received a federal indictment from the Justice Department, which was a change. The prosecution against the former president involved his handling of sensitive papers after he left office, and there were 37 counts in total.He is accused of violating the Espionage Act, among other things. Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina has stated that this is a “overcharge” because Donald “is not a spy.”

In a different recent poll, it was discovered that Ron would perform better than Donald in the 2024 presidential election versus President Joe Biden. Other polls revealed similar findings. For example, Ron leads Joe by 1.3 percentage points in the most recent RealClearPolitics aggregate.

Recently, it was discovered that Ron’s popularity has dramatically decreased two weeks after he declared his intention to run for president in 2024. Ron now has a net approval rating of -19 points, according to the dynamic approval rating graph produced by online survey business Civiqs.

Additionally, a poll conducted by Quinnipiac University revealed that Joe was four points ahead of Donald. Joe is more likely to receive support from responders (48%) than Donald. Donald received 44% of the vote. His support has dropped by two points since the last poll in May, while Joe’s has remained constant. The poll, according to reports, was counted between June 8 and June 12.

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