Former President Trump remains overwhelmingly popular among Republican voters in key battleground states heading into the midterm election cycle, according to a new roundup of polls released Monday.
Nearly 4 in 5 Republican voters surveyed in Georgia, North Carolina, Ohio and Pennsylvania rated Trump favorably, according to Morning Consult surveys conducted in March.
The former president had slightly higher favorability in Georgia (86 percent) and North Carolina (87 percent) than he did in Ohio (80 percent) and Pennsylvania (77 percent).
Each of those states have important Senate races that Trump has waded into or where he is considering endorsing a GOP candidate.
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