Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is facing a significant decline in his presidential poll numbers. Recent GOP Primary polling has revealed that DeSantis is polling at less than 20% in Iowa and even worse, in the single digits in New Hampshire. This sharp drop in popularity can be attributed to DeSantis being exposed as a globalist tool.
According to the Fox News poll conducted in Iowa, former President Donald Trump is leading the GOP field with a substantial 46% support. DeSantis follows behind at 15%, with Nikki Haley at 11%, Tim Scott and Vivek Ramaswamy both at 7%, and Mike Pence and Chris Christie with 3% each. Surprisingly, DeSantis, who was considered the favored candidate by Fox News, is struggling to gain traction, failing to reach even 20% in a poll run by the network that supported him.
DeSantis’ decline in Iowa can be attributed to Trump’s revelation about the Florida Governor’s free trade globalist stance. DeSantis’ proposed free trade policy, which would flood the American market with goods from foreign farms, is expected to have devastating consequences for family farms in Iowa. This revelation has caused many voters to question DeSantis’ commitment to protecting American industries and jobs.
The situation is even worse for DeSantis in New Hampshire. Polling from The Granite State shows Trump leading with a commanding 42% support. Nikki Haley and Chris Christie follow, with 14% and 10% respectively. Shockingly, DeSantis has fallen to fourth place, polling at a mere 8%. This decline is a major embarrassment for DeSantis, especially considering his substantial campaign funds compared to other candidates, excluding Trump.
Despite these alarming numbers, Team DeSantis remains in denial, believing they can still secure the GOP nomination. Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds is expected to endorse DeSantis soon, a puzzling move considering that her approval rating in Iowa has significantly dropped since aligning herself with the Florida Governor. This suggests that even within his own party, DeSantis’ popularity is rapidly deteriorating.
The question that remains is whether the globalists will throw their support behind another GOP candidate, such as Glenn Young Kin, or if they will wait to back the Democratic nominee. As the 2024 election draws nearer, it is crucial to stay informed and follow the developments closely.
In other news related to DeSantis, the Florida Governor will be hosting a fundraiser with a Bush ally. This event adds another layer of intrigue to the unfolding political landscape and may impact DeSantis’ presidential aspirations.
As the race for the GOP nomination intensifies, it is clear that DeSantis’ once-promising prospects have taken a significant hit. His plummeting poll numbers in crucial states like Iowa and New Hampshire indicate that voters have become disillusioned with his globalist leanings. Only time will tell if DeSantis can recover from this setback and regain the support he once enjoyed.