Post-Debate Poll Finds DeSantis Won 4th GOP Primary Debate | Eastern North Carolina Now

    Publisher's Note: This post appears here courtesy of the The Daily Wire. The author of this post is Ryan Saavedra.

    A new 538/Washington Post/Ipsos poll conducted after the fourth Republican Party presidential primary debate found that Florida Governor Ron DeSantis was named by the most respondents as having "performed best" in the debate.

    DeSantis stood at center stage with former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley, while former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and pharmaceutical executive Vivek Ramaswamy stood on the ends of the stage.

    Of those who watched the NewsNation debate in Alabama, 30% said that DeSantis performed the best, followed by Haley, 23%; Christie, 19%; and Ramaswamy, 16%.

    While 7% said that DeSantis did the worst, 9% said Haley, 31% said Christie, and 37% said Ramaswamy.

    There was not a lot of movement in the poll in terms of candidates rising or falling in voter's minds on who they would consider voting for.

    Of those on stage, a higher percentage of voters were considering voting for DeSantis than any of the other candidates at 56%. Former President Donald Trump, who did not participate, received 61%.

    Debate moderator Megyn Kelly said on Thursday that she thought DeSantis won the debate and that Haley, who has surged to third place in the polls, lost the debate.

    "I mean, with all respect to her, I thought Nikki Haley lost last night because she shrunk away like she was not really a presence, and she's been increasing her poll numbers by getting out there and being pugilistic, and that version of her did not appear on stage last night," Kelly said.

    "I thought Ron DeSantis had his best debate yet," she added. "And so I think you could probably say he's the winner because he's in the best poll position of the four."

    Kelly's assessment of the candidate's debate performances largely reflected a lot of comments made by high-profile analysts and political commentators online, though one CNN focus group found that six out of its eight participants believed that Haley won the debate.

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In the most recent Midterms Election, the "Republican Red Wave" turned out to be a "Republican Red Ripple," which, as in all elections, confounded the political prognosticators of what to expect down the governing /political road: What, and who, do you think is best for this meandering Representative Republic in the near future?
  Because they know how to best allocate the public's money back to the right part of the public, the Democrats will NOW always prevail and get my vote.
  With patriotic pragmatism the cornerstone of the best of the Republican Party, they will ultimately save this Constitutional Republic from self-destruction.
  Since the Executive Branch is so important to turn this Representative Republic around, I am still on Team Trump in 2024.
  Since the nation may need a different path to Conservative patriotism in the Executive, I am joining Team DeSantis.
  Because I am entitled to take the government dole, the prevailing favoritism whenever possible, I will support any, and every Democrat candidate.
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