Poll: Majority of Republican voters think Trump will be 'major political force' in the future
Sixty percent of Democrats think Trump will not maintain a strong political presence.
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A majority of Republican voters think Donald Trump will remain a "major political force," according to a new Just the News Daily Poll with Scott Rasmussen.
Among GOP voters, 56% think Trump will likely continue to be prominent and active in politics, following the end of his presidential term this week. Just over a third – 34% – don't think he will.
Reflecting a partisan dividing line, 60% of Democrats think Trump will not maintain a strong political presence. Independents were evenly divided, with 39% responding that Trump will remain politically relevant and 41% believing he won't.
Trump finished his presidential term Jan. 20, after losing his incoming bid to new President Joe Biden.
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