Voters: Trump Wants THIS?!

Donald Trump

( – Highlighting the right’s appreciation and the left’s contempt for former President Donald Trump, a recent JLPartnersPolls/DailyMail survey has unveiled intriguing insights into what likely voters think Trump aims to achieve in a potential second term.

The poll was conducted mid-December and involved 1,000 likely voters who revealed “revenge” is one of the predominant words they associate with Trump’s possible objectives. The margin of error for this survey is plus or minus 3%.

The results show significant differences in perceptions based on political affiliations. While Republicans predominantly chose words like “America,” “economy,” “border,” “success,” “peace,” “MAGA,” “freedom,” and “revenge,” Independents primarily selected “revenge” but also considered “power” and “economy” significant. Democrats, on the other hand, leaned towards “revenge,” “power,” “dictatorship,” “dictator,” “corruption,” “chaos,” and “nothing.”

In stark contrast, the predominant sentiment for Joe Biden across all parties was captured by the word “nothing,” particularly emphasized by Republicans and Independents. Conversely, Democrats associated Biden with “economy,” “peace,” and “democracy.”

This survey comes amidst Trump’s backdrop of ongoing legal challenges, including a recent decision by the Colorado Supreme Court. The court deemed Trump ineligible to appear on the state’s ballot, citing a violation of the Constitution’s “Insurrection Clause” in Section Three of the Fourteenth Amendment.

The ruling stated, “We consider and reject President Trump’s argument that his speech on January 6 was protected by the First Amendment.” Despite this, Trump’s name will remain on the Colorado ballot as his legal team appeals the ruling.

Colorado’s Secretary of State, Jena Griswold, outlined that “With the appeal filed, Donald Trump will be included as a candidate on Colorado’s 2024 Presidential Primary Ballot when certification occurs on January 5, 2024, unless the US Supreme Court declines to take the case or otherwise affirms the Colorado Supreme Court ruling.”

Additionally, Maine’s Secretary of State Shenna Bellows (D) recently determined Trump ineligible for the state’s ballot, though this decision also hinges on the U.S. Supreme Court’s intervention.

Trump’s legal team remains confident that the Supreme Court will ultimately rule in his favor when the case is reviewed.