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Poll: 64% of Republicans, 15% of Dems Would Join New Trump Party

A whopping two thirds of Republicans would consider joining a new Trump-endorsed party, according to a newly released poll.

Niamh Harris;

Despite two impeachments and endless negative media reports, a new survey conducted at the end of January 2021 found that 64 percent of Republicans would consider dumping the Republican Party to join a new party based on President Trump’s agenda.

Of that 64 percent, 32 percent said they would “very likely” join a new party.

Surprisingly, 15 percent of registered Democrats and 28 percent of Independents polled said they would likely join a the new Trump party too.

Nationalfile.com reports: One political pollster, after crunching he numbers, suggested that if the former President were to actively launch or give his blessing to the formation of a new political party that the new entity would displace the GOP to become the second largest political party in the nation.

“These numbers show that despite the Capitol riots Trump remains a political force to be reckoned with,” Dritan Nesho, CEO and chief pollster at HarrisX, told reporters. “He benefits from a diverse base of support making up over a third of voters, voters who are attracted to him on a number of issues that are yet to be properly addressed by, and coopted by, Democratic and Republican elites.”

As hyper-partisan Democrats – and swamp creature establishment Republicans – prepare to execute what an overwhelming number of constitutional scholars believe to be an unconstitutional move to impeach a President who has already return to private citizenry, it appears – by virtue of this polling – that they are all but committing political suicide.

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  1. “These numbers show that despite the Capitol riots Trump remains a political force to be reckoned with,” Dritan Nesho, CEO and chief pollster at HarrisX, ”

    So this is the word game.
    ‘Despite the Capital Riots’… blah blah
    pinning it to Trump.

    Dritan Nesho is a cnut
    Why bring this distraction in.
    The riots were the bussed in Anti Fa. thugs.
    Even we in lil ol’ Enzed know this unless ones IQ is less than 90.

    I think this is a classic case of
    ‘I did not leave the Republican Party … The Republican Party left me.’



  2. I was not paying much attention over the Tea Party breakaway in the GOP but looking back I guess it was people holding onto traditional ideals while the party drifted left.
    The parallels with Notional and the Republicans are so close.
    The drift to apathy, weak appeasement, and lousy leadership (Esp the President…of the Notional Party) run close.

    This is not unusual.
    US and NZ politics have often run a close parallel.
    Nixon and Muldoon were similar personalities from similar backgrounds.
    Obummer and Key were so alike it is amazing. Born 5 days apart, no daddy around, elected in Nov 2008 and ended 2016.
    A lot of yik yak and little delivery.

    So much ammo there for the Notional party loyal soldier to downtick me.
    It is a pity they do not have the same loyalty to New Zealand and making it a strong, proud place once again.



  3. You have this and yet Nikki Halley comes out saying they should not have gone along with President Trump. Talk about throwing your political career into the trash bin !!
    It amazes me how so called, experienced politicians cannot read the “tea leaves” of a political situation. It is not just Halley , there are plenty more from both sides.



    • Sifting wheat from the chaff Ross. Nikki Hayley is anti-Trump. I was surprised when I found that out a couple of years ago. As you say, she has by speaking out against him trashed any future presidential bid for herself. Those senior GOP’ers must live in one reinforced echo chamber not to recognise the tornado of support for Trump.

      Same with National here. Even Act attracting a large chunk of previous Nat voters hasn’t woken National up to their voter base not appreciating they have taken the left fork in the road. Back the bus up and go back to supporting our freedoms, reducing red tape in our lives, getting people back to work, appropriate punishments under law and order, and building infrastructure, Oh, and stop wasting taxpayers money.



  4. Martin Armstrong is not often wrong.

    Florida’s Governor Ron de Santis is a man of principle and balls to go with!

    “Florida absolutely will not comply,” DeSantis repeated. “Instituting a travel ban or restriction of movement would be a gross example of federal overreach with no grounding in law or science. We have Covid-19 in check, and you’re trying to exert unlawful authority over our state and its people.”

    Biden then tacitly threatened to withhold federal funding and to deny Florida access to Covid-19 vaccinations. DeSantis said: “How much do you stand to earn from these vaccines, Dr. Fauci? And, Joe, if you continue with this course of action, I will authorize the state National Guard to protect the movement of Floridians.” Biden responded: “Address me as Mr. President or President Biden.” DeSantis bluntly said: “I will not, and you can go fuck yourself.” DeSantis then hung up.”

    Little wonder the rightful President of the USA chose Florida as the place to spend his enforced sabbatical from the White House.




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