by Donna Martinez
Senior Writer and Editor, John Locke Foundation
No, he’s not finished. The latest from the Pew Research Center’s survey of U.S. Adults shows the dominance of Donald Trump among Republicans. Support for Trump is particularly strong among conservative Republicans.
Among conservative Republicans, there is widespread support for Trump remaining a national political figure: Three-quarters prefer this, including 49% who say he should run for president again in 2024. Moderate and liberal Republicans are more divided: 51% say he should play an ongoing political role, with 33% saying he should run for president himself in 2024; 47% say he should not continue to play a major political role.