Ron DeSantis is the most popular Republican Governor in America.
Even though he’s a top contender for the GOP nomination in 2024, DeSantis must first face his own gubernatorial re-election this fall.
And a new poll out of Florida is bad news for the two Democrats hoping to take out Ron DeSantis in November.
Ron DeSantis, who was first elected as Governor of Florida in 2018, is up for re-election in November.
DeSantis is wildly popular with Republican voters nationwide over his refusal to follow Joe Biden and Anthony Fauci’s tyrannical COVID rules and mandates.
DeSantis kept Florida’s businesses and schools open during the pandemic, he banned mask mandates and vaccine passports, and he also promoted the use of life-saving monoclonal antibodies as an effective early treatment against COVID.
Aside from standing up and defending freedom, DeSantis also took on the woke cancel culture crowd by banning the teaching of Marxist-based Critical Race Theory in Florida’s classrooms.
DeSantis also gave parents the right to sue schools that violated his order by teaching Critical Race Theory to children.
Not only that, but DeSantis is also leading the charge among Republican Governors to help get a handle on Biden’s border crisis.
On every issue that America First conservatives care about, Ron DeSantis can be counted on to stand and fight for what is right.
But the Democrats and Fake News Media are terrified of how popular Ron DeSantis has become over the past year-and-a-half.
And with polls showing DeSantis and Trump and the two most popular Republicans in America, the Left is determined to do whatever it takes to take DeSantis down.
However, their attacks only seem to make DeSantis stronger.
U.S. Representative Charlie Crist and Agricultural Commissioner Nikki Fried are the top two Democrats seeking the opportunity to take on DeSantis in November.
And a new poll conducted by the University of North Florida shows Ron DeSantis has a wide lead on both Democrat candidates Representative Charlie Crist and Agricultural Commissioner Nikki Fried for the November gubernatorial election.
If the election was held today and DeSantis and Crist were the only two candidates, 55% of respondents said they would vote for DeSantis, with 34% saying they would vote for Crist.
If the race came down between Fried and DeSantis, again 55% said they would vote for DeSantis, 32% for Fried.
But that’s not the only bad news for Democrats.
A “lot of Democratic voters” chose DeSantis over either potential nominee, 24% of Democrats picking the Governor over Crist, while 22% chose DeSantis over Fried.
Ron DeSantis is wildly popular, which is also translating into major fundraising success.
Of course, there’s still a lot of time between now and November.
But it looks like Ron DeSantis is cruising to an easy re-election this fall.
DeSantis Daily will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.