New Poll Finds Majority Of GOP Voters Want Trump To Form A New Party

A new poll has found some very bad news for the Republican party. A majority of GOP voters want Trump to establish a new party.

This is obviously borne out of frustration by Americans who feel that neither of the major parties represent them anymore. The Tea Party tried to reform the GOP from within but apparently it wasn’t enough.

If Republicans in Washington don’t want this to happen, they had better get their act together, and fast.

Breitbart News reports:

Poll: Majority of GOP Voters Think Donald Trump Should Start a New Party

A majority of GOP voters support the prospect of former President Trump forming a new party, a Rasmussen Reports survey released Tuesday found.

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The survey, taken January 21 and 24, 2021, among 1,000 likely U.S. voters told respondents, “Former President Trump has suggested he may start a third party. Is this a good idea or a bad idea?”

While a plurality of likely voters, or 45 percent, believe it is a bad idea, a majority of GOP voters, or 53 percent, consider it a good idea, as do 41 percent of those surveyed overall. The survey coincides with rumors of the former president considering forging a new political party outside of the current Republican Party — a rumor which Republican National Committee (RNC) chair Ronna McDaniel has vehemently denied.

“I’ve talked to the president [Trump]. I’ve talked to others around the president, who are talking to him every day. He’s not going to start a third party,” McDaniel told Fox News on Tuesday.

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Anything could happen in the next few years.

The danger here is that this would split the GOP.

At the same time, you can’t expect people to continue supporting a party that doesn’t represent them.


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