The tech entrepreneur and Florida governor secured second and third place, respectively, while Trump's lead remains strong and steady.
The poll found that the majority of Republicans, 64.1 percent, support Trump. The next closest, Ramaswamy, garnered 11.8 percent of the vote, while DeSantis eked out 8.7 percent. The remaining GOP candidates all hovered between 0 and 6 percent.
In a hypothetical matchup between Biden and Trump, the former president came out victorious by a vote of 49.1 percent to 39 percent. DeSantis still pulled out a win against the current leader, however the margin decreased by 8 percent.
The poll was conducted by the Ohio Northern University Institute for Civics and Public Policy between July 17 to 26, surveyed 675 registered voters across the state via a Qualtrics questionnaire.
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