Former Trump voters are reportedly leaving him this time around.

Former Trump voters are reportedly leaving him this time around.

A growing number of former Donald Trump voters are saying they will not support him in the 2024 presidential election. These voters cite a variety of reasons for their decision, including Trump’s continued lies about the 2020 election, his attacks on the Republican Party, and his divisive rhetoric.

A growing number of former Donald Trump voters are saying they will not support him in the 2024 presidential election. These voters cite a variety of reasons for their decision, including Trump’s continued lies about the 2020 election, his attacks on the Republican Party, and his divisive rhetoric.

A recent poll by the Pew Research Center found that 35% of Republicans and Republican-leaning independents who voted for Trump in 2020 said they would not vote for him again in 2024. This is a significant increase from the 20% of Trump voters who said the same thing in a poll conducted in 2021.

The poll also found that Trump’s approval rating among Republicans has declined since he left office. In the 2021 poll, 82% of Republicans approved of the job Trump was doing as president. In the 2022 poll, that number had dropped to 71%.

There are a number of factors that could be contributing to the decline in Trump’s support among Republicans. One factor is his continued lies about the 2020 election. Trump has repeatedly claimed that the election was stolen from him, despite the fact that there is no evidence to support this claim. His lies have eroded trust in the electoral process and have made it more difficult for him to win over new voters.

Another factor is Trump’s attacks on the Republican Party. Trump has repeatedly criticized Republican leaders who have not been loyal to him. He has also called for the party to be more extreme, which has alienated some moderate Republicans.

Finally, Trump’s divisive rhetoric has also turned off some voters. Trump has often used inflammatory language to attack his opponents, both Democrats and Republicans. This has made it difficult for him to build a broad coalition of support.

The decline in Trump’s support among Republicans is a sign that he may face an uphill battle in the 2024 presidential election. If he is unable to win over new voters, he could be in danger of losing the Republican nomination.

In addition to the factors mentioned above, there are a few other reasons why former Trump voters may be abandoning him this time around. These include:

  • His handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has been widely criticized.
  • His economic policies, which have not benefited all Americans equally.
  • His personal scandals, such as the January 6th attack on the Capitol.

It is still too early to say whether Trump will be able to win back the support of these former voters. However, the trend is clear: Trump’s grip on the Republican Party is weakening.

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