Trump is expected to return to the Iowa State Fairgrounds for a major political rally on October 9th as political analysts continue to evaluate the possibility of Trump announcing another run for the White House in 2024.
Biden’s approval ratings have been plunging and Trump’s approval ratings have been rising in several battleground states. It’s impossible to really guarantee that some voters may be having remorse for voting for Biden, but it’s certainly a possibility when you look at everything that has happened over the last six months.
Trump was far from a perfect President but he did resonate with a lot of voters that have felt like politicians were taking advantage of them. The economic message Trump spread in states like Ohio and Iowa was significant.
It’s likely that Trump’s return to Iowa may not be anything other than a traditional rally where he speaks about the 2020 election, his administration’s accomplishments, and his plans for supporting candidates in the 2022 midterm elections.
If you looked at poll numbers and favorability ratings from numerous sources, you might be interested to see that Trump’s favorability in Iowa is as high as it has ever been since he came into the political world. More than 90% of Republicans in Iowa would be in favor of Trump running for reelection in 2024.
His rally in Iowa on Saturday may foreshadow a contentious battle between himself and several other candidates in 2024. Iowa is still expected to be the location of the first primary election to determine the GOP nominee for President. Several other possible 2024 GOP candidates have already made trips to Iowa in recent weeks and some sources believe that former Vice President Mike Pence is expected to return for an event in early November.