But things actually aren’t bad, since he lost to no one else than the brilliant and handsome Ron de Santis!
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Though it was a common belief that the true leader of the conservatives was still President Donald Trump, a most recent poll has stated something else. A more popular Republican is on the rise, according to the numbers. And that man is Florida’s governor, Ron de Santis.
According to the report officially published by Colorado Politics,
“DeSantis led the vote with about 75% to Trump’s roughly 72% in the highly unscientific poll, which was conducted online using the approval voting method.
The summit, in its 12th year, is sponsored by Colorado Christian University’s Centennial Institute and drew around 500 people on Friday and Saturday to a downtown Denver hotel, plus an audience numbering in the tens of thousands who watched online, organizers said.
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Other possible Republican presidential contenders trailed, with Texas Sen. Ted Cruz nabbing 42% support, former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo finishing just under 40%, South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott at 37%, and South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem and Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton nearly tied, with about 30% each.
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul got 29%, former first son Donald Trump Jr. got about 25% and former Vice President Mike Pence got 21%.
The approval voting method allows voters to pick multiple candidates, which “minimizes spoilers and sabotage and gives viability and visibility to minor candidates,” according to Frank Attwood, who conducted the poll and runs Approval Voting USA, an organization that promotes its use. Because voters could make any number of choices, the percentages add up to more than 100.”