Ron DeSanctimonious Spent 15 Million Dollars Only To Tank in the Polls

June 20, 2023

One thing is clear: the more people get to know Ron DeSantis, the more they dislike him.


Bedminster, NJ— Since Ron DeSanctimonious announced his candidacy, he has wasted over $15 million just so he can drop into nearly single digits.




In Iowa, DeSantis Super PACs have spent over 4.1 million since January on cable and broadcast television ads since January. 


In April, DeSantis trailed President Trump by 7 points—with 30% support in Iowa. Now, DeSantis has tumbled to 19% in Iowa, according to recent polling data.



In New Hampshire, DeSantis Super PACs have doled out over 1.3 million since January on cable and broadcast television ads since January.


Ron trailed President Trump by 13 points in March—with 29% support. As of this week, Ron has plummeted to a whopping 12% support—dropping 17 points in New Hampshire.



In South Carolina, DeSantis-affiliated Super PACs have spent more than $3.6 million in broadcast and cable television ads since January.


In January, DeSantis trailed President Trump by 10 points—with 28% support among Republican primary voters. By late May—despite a barrage of pro-DeSantis TV ads—Ron had shed nearly a third of his support, polling at a measly 18% in The Palmetto State.



DeSantis Super PACs have spent over $5.1 million in national networks and cable broadcast television ads—only for Ron to continue his free fall in national polls to an all-time low of 14% support among Republican primary voters.