Majority of Republicans say they would vote Trump in 2024, poll
Poll also found 12% of Republican voters would prefer to vote for Vice President Mike Pence in a 2024 primary
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Fifty-four percent of Republicans say they would vote for President Trump in 2024, according to a new Morning Consult-Politico poll.
The poll also found 12% of Republican voters said they would prefer to vote for Vice President Mike Pence in a 2024 primary and that 8% would cast their vote for Donald Trump Jr. The poll's margin of error was 4 percentage points.
Of those surveyed, 71% said they thought the president has been more effective than Republicans on Capitol Hill, and 25% believe Republicans in Congress fear the president.
The president fared well when compared to congressional Republicans, with 68% of GOP voters surveyed saying they believe he is more in touch with the party's "rank and file," compared to only 20% who believe the same of Republicans in the House and Senate.
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