No wonder people are turning their back on the party when they are pleased by a certain individual, but not the views of the party in particular.
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Apparently, there are pretty good chances that The Party of the Republicans, a well-known and stable “player” could be doomed on the next election cycle, if President Trump decides to create another party on his own, leaving them behind.
According to a poll that was created by the Political Research Center at the Suffolk University, around 46% of all the Trump fans and supporters would abandon the GOP if Trump simply decided to create another political party.
A local businessman from Wisconsin feels that his interests are not being spoken through the politics of the Republicans. For USA Today, he stated that “We feel like Republicans don’t fight enough for us, and we all see Donald Trump fighting for us as hard as he can, every single day. But then you have establishment Republicans who just agree with establishment Democrats and everything, and they don’t ever push back.”
Let us continue further with our analysis. A percentage of about 27% of all Trump’s supporters announced they would stay with the Republican Party, and the remaining ones, which would leave for about the same number of people, still haven’t decided what they would do in such a case scenario.
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These results seem to add up with other numbers released at the very beginning of February, which stated that 64% of the currently registered Republicans would abandon the GOP only if Trump decides to create a third independent party.
But, would this actually be the case? Are numbers becoming real live scenarios?
Coworkers and party members close to Trump denied. Senator Kevin Cramer, in particular, spoke about this. He stated that “The president wanted me to know, as well as a handful of others, that the president is a Republican, he is not starting a third party and that anything he would do politically in the future would be as a Republican.”
And the scheduled event, which is seen as the great comeback after Trump left the Oval Office, seems to add up. The appearance at the Conservative Political Action Conference next weekend could only mean that he will show that he is still in charge, a great chief and a wise politician in the Party of the Republicans.
“Trump effectively is the Republican Party,” Trump senior adviser Jason Miller has reported for Axios.”
I agree…at least for now.