DALLAS – Along with former President Trump’s address on Sunday, the results of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) straw poll is the most anticipated moment at this weekend’s gathering in Texas.
And voting is already underway among the 3,200 attendees taking part at the confab in Dallas.
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CPAC attendees are anonymously answering – via a online app – the 20-question survey designed by organizers. Among the topics on the secret ballot, which organizers say will give them a sense of the pulse of the conservative movement, are critical race theory, cancel culture, and border security.
But without a doubt, the two questions on the survey that will generate the most interest are numbers seven and eight, which deal with the 2024 GOP presidential nomination. Question seven has a list of candidates, including former President Trump. Question eight doesn’t include Trump’s name.
Trump remains extremely popular with many in the GOP base, as he continues to play a kingmaker’s role in the 2022 Republican Party primaries, and flirts repeatedly with making a 2024 presidential run to try and return to the White House.
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As expected, Trump easily won the straw poll at CPAC in Orlando, Florida in late February, with 55% support in the hypothetical 2024 Republican prim
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