As per Quinnipiac National Poll, Trump leads pro bitcoin candidate DeSantis 61 – 32 percent among Republican and Republican leaning voters.
When matched against the current President, DeSantis received 47 percent and Biden received 46 percent among all registered voters, the poll revealed.
Trump remains at top among Republicans
As the field of Republican presidential contenders in the 2024 primary race develops, former President Donald Trump remains at the top of the list of declared or potential candidates with 56 percent support among Republicans, followed by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis with 25 percent, according to a Quinnipiac National report.
On the other hand, Former United Nations Ambassador and South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley receives 3 percent. Former Vice President Mike Pence, South Carolina Senator Tim Scott, and former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie each receive 2 percent.
DeSantis talks crypto with Elon Musk
Florida’s governor and the latest Republican Party’s leadership candidate talked about cryptocurrencies and bitcoin in a Twitter space with Elon Musk and venture capitalist David Sacks.
DeSantis said he sees crypto as a question of civil liberties. Earlier, he signed legislation prohibiting the use of central bank digital currencies within the state.
Bitcoin represents a threat to the current regime, they’re trying to regulate it out of existence, DeSantis said in the Twitter space from where he announced his Presidential candidate bid.
However, Florida’s governor has a long way to go before he surpasses the leading candidate and the former President Donald Trump. Trump’s views on cryptocurrencies have been a little ambiguous. During his presidency, he said that he is not a fan of cryptocurrencies as their value is based on thin air. But later he launched his own NFT collections raising millions of dollars.
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