Trump Gets Great News

( – In another yet triumphant poll for the GOP agenda released early this week, most voters in seven key battleground states are convinced they would support former President Donald Trump even if he were convicted in the New York criminal trial.

In states like Arizona, Pennsylvania, and Michigan, around 71% of registered voters said a potential conviction would not change their decision or might even make them more likely to support Trump in the 2024 election.

Similar sentiments were echoed in North Carolina (73%, Wisconsin (72%), Georgia (70%), and Nevada (67%).

However, only around 27% to 33% of voters in each state felt a conviction would make them less likely to vote for Trump.

Interestingly, among independent voters in these swing states, a significant number—ranging from 42% to 47%—believed that a conviction would not impact their support for Trump.

Yet, another survey by CNN/SSRS found that a majority of Americans lacked confidence in the New York trial’s jury to reach a fair verdict.

Likewise, an AP/NORC poll highlighted that only 35% of Americans believed Trump acted illegally regarding the charges against him.

The National Press Secretary for the Trump campaign, Karoline Leavitt, expressed, “is defiant in the face of this unprecedented political lawfare waged by Crooked Joe Biden and the Democrats.”

“As this witch-hunt continues, President Trump’s support from Americans of all backgrounds will continue to grow as they watch Joe Biden and the Democrats put on this bogus show trial,” she added.

The trial, now in its third week, awaits a decision from Judge Juan Merchan on whether to penalize Trump for allegedly violating a gag order.

In addition, Trump faces 34 felony counts linked to purportedly falsifying business records in connection to payments made to former adult film actress Stormy Daniels.

The Emerson College/The Hill poll also indicated Trump leading Biden in head-to-head matchups across several states. Moreover, when independent candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. was included, Trump’s lead widened in some states.

Conducted between April 25 and April 29, the survey polled 1,000 registered voters in each of the seven swing states, with a margin of error of plus or minus 3%.

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