In a recent SurveyMonkey poll for Axios Donald Trump Jr. and Ivanka Trump were listed as two of the top four potential candidates for the 2024 Presidential election. 

Out of the 1,854 Republican-identifying adults who participated in the survey, 29 percent of participants would like to see Donald Trump, Jr. on the ticket, while 16 percent prefer daughter Ivanka Trump. Other top picks on the poll include front-runner Vice President Mike Pence with 40 percent and Former Governor of South Carolina Nikki Haley with 26 percent. 

Regularly taking to Twitter, Donald Trump, Jr. is an avid defender of his father and a harsh critic of Democratic politicians. His book, Triggered: How the Left Thrives on Hate and Wants to Silence Us, was released in November. It has since reached No. 1 on the New York Times bestseller list, though most of the sales came from the RNC. In a Trump rally in October, the crowd chanted “2024!” as he spoke. 

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Similarly, Ivanka Trump is an active force within the Trump Administration. In her official role as Advisor to the President, her agenda includes education and economic empowerment of women and families, plus job creation and economic growth through workforce development, skills training and entrepreneurship. She also taken charge of the President’s Women’s Global Development and Prosperity Initiative. 

Axios reported that this even though early poll largely measures name ID, it also “a vivid illustration of just how strong Trump’s brand is with the GOP.” This poll is an indicator that Trump’s legacy can possibly last after his allowed presidency through his children.

It is noted, however, that the poll was conducted before President Trump was impeached. There is no indication of whether or not the impeachment would change the poll’s findings. 

Other Republican politicians  in the poll include Florida Sens. Marco Rubio and Rick Scott, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and South Carolina Sen, Tim Scott