Although neither Donald Trump or Ron DeSantis has officially announced their intention to run for president in 2024, pollsters are already asking voters about their preferred candidate.
A survey conducted by Big Village Poll from November 2 to 4 revealed that Trump had a comfortable lead over his potential rivals.
The survey had a margin of error of around 3.1 percentage points. Among Republicans, Trump received 53 percent of their support, followed by DeSantis with 30 percent, Mike Pence with 12 percent, and Liz Cheney with 3 percent.
A different survey conducted by Echelon Insights on October 31 to November 2 revealed that DeSantis had a 16-point lead over Trump in their head-to-head matchup.
The results of the survey showed that 52 percent of the respondents support DeSantis, while 36 percent of the respondents support Trump.
A Victory Insights poll conducted from October 30 to November 1 revealed that Trump and DeSantis were tied at 50%. According to a memo accompanying the data release, the Florida primary could be a jump ball for the presidential race in 2024.
A survey conducted by the Public Opinion Research Lab of the University of North Florida in August revealed that DeSantis had a slight lead over Trump in the race for the Republican presidential nomination in 2024.