On Tuesday, former President Donald Trump announced the cancelation of a press conference at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, which was was scheduled for January 6, 2022, the one-year anniversary of the Capitol riots.

Assault On Former President Donald Trump By Big Media And Big Tech Not Turning Voters Away

Unless they actually want him to be the 2024 nominee, the polls continue to show that the all-out assault on former President Donald Trump by the Big Media, Big Tech, and the Biden administration is not turning voters against him.

Unless they actually want him to be the 2024 nominee, the polls continue to show that the all-out assault on former President Donald Trump by the Big Media, Big Tech, and the Biden administration is not turning voters against him.

On his website, Trump touted a new Ipsos/USA Today poll that showed 59 percent of Republican voters believe Trump “should be” the GOP nominee in 2024.

That compares to just 44 percent of Democrats who think incumbent President Joe Biden should be their party’s choice in two years.

Digging into the results, the pollsters noted that among Republicans 90 percent think Trump will use “all tools” at his disposal to get things done. Another 87 percent say he fights for the people he represents, while 86 percent believe he battles woke corporations and Cancel Culture.

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Ipsos/USA Today added, “Regardless of who will be at the top of the ticket in 2024, these voters say the most important trait for the Republican nominee is someone who will stand up for the freedom and dignity of all Americans.”

The poll found that 82 percent of respondents say that applies to Trump. That same number also believes he can win the next presidential contest.

Trump’s strongest support comes from the people Democrats have largely abandoned, as shown by Biden’s bailout of college-loan borrowers who make up to $125,000 a year.

Overall, 69 percent of voters with a household income of less than $50,000, and 66 percent of respondents without a college degree believe Trump should run in 2024.

Meanwhile, according to the poll, “Democrats are not as confident in Biden as Republicans are in Trump, though a majority still think Biden can win.” Overall, 60 percent of Democratic voters think he can win the next presidential election – fully 22 points fewer than what Republicans think about Trump.

Moreover, the poll noted, “At the same time, a majority (56%) of Democratic voters believe it’s time for a change within the party and President Biden should not run for re-election in 2024.”

The poll also found that among all respondents, regardless of party, Trump and Biden each have a 43 percent approval rating among voters.

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