Despite being indicted twice in two months, former President Donald Trump remains firmly in place as the frontrunner for the GOP nomination.
In Emerson College’s June survey, Trump was out front by 38-percentage-points. Trump is also up 20 points in a YouGov/Yahoo News poll.
On Sunday, NBC News released a new poll conducted by Hart Research Associates and Public Opinion Strategies showing Trump’s lead up by five points since before his indictment in April, from 46% to 51%.
“For the first time in history, a former president has been indicted, and we can’t find a marker in this survey that it’s had an impact on his standing,” said Public Opinion Strategies co-founder Bill McInturff.