Other national surveys have shown Trump and his successor neck and neck in a potential rematch, however recent events appear to have propelled the former president above his Democratic rival.
According to the poll, conducted between August 2 to 7, 41 percent of Americans said they would vote for Trump, compared to just 34 percent for Joe Biden. A full 25 percent said they were "not sure."
Within the Republican Party, Trump holds a commanding lead over his next closest competitor, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, with the two candidates sitting at 54 and 18 percent, respectively.
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