President Donald Trump’s dominance of Republican support has not just grown in recent weeks, but it has shot up to his biggest margin of victory yet against his primary opponents.
A new survey from Quinnipiac University of 728 Registered Voters reported that the 45th president now leads his nearest primary opponent, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, by 50 points, a five-point change from August.
Trump received support from 62 percent of Republican registered voters, while DeSantis accumulated just 12 percent—a six-point drop from last month.
The nationwide survey, conducted from Sept. 7-11, reported that businessman Vivek Ramaswamy placed in third with six percent support—a one-point gain in support since his highly praised debate performance from August.
Impressively, Trump’s recent numbers show he is