New Data Sends Liberals Into A Panic

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( – An NPR/Marist University national poll released Friday found that the majority of Americans do not want to see former President Donald Trump exit the 2024 presidential race even though he is now facing federal charges following his recent indictment.

The poll specifically showed that 43 percent of all voters believe that Trump needed to stay in the presidency, while 56 percent believe that he should step down.

Of those respondents who identified as Republicans, 83 percent claimed that they did not want to see Trump leave the race. However, this opinion was not shared by the majority of independents or Democrats, with 87 percent of Democrats stating he should give up, and 58 percent of independents arguing the same.

Lee M. Miringoff, Director of the Marist Institute for Public Opinion claimed that the majority of Americans continue to support Trump regardless of his legal woes, but that the majority of Democrats were pushing for him to leave the race. Last week, Trump was indicted on 37 counts of mishandling documents and obstructing office since leaving the White House in 2021.

Special Counsel Jack Smith who was leading the investigation revealed that a grand jury in the Southern District of Florida had voted in favor of Trump being indicted, and called for everyone to read through the indictment so as to better understand the scope of the charges brought against Trump.

The poll results came after Trump’s indictment. Trump has in the past promised to stay in the race regardless of the legal cases brought against him, and has used the indictment as a fundraising opportunity.

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