Trump Jr., Ivanka garner support in hypothetical 2024 poll

Two of President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump's newest Russia adviser, Andrew Peek, leaves post: report Hawley expects McConnell's final impeachment resolution to give White House defense ability to motion to dismiss Trump rips New York City sea wall: 'Costly, foolish' and 'environmentally unfriendly idea' MORE's children, Ivanka TrumpIvana (Ivanka) Marie TrumpJared Kushner's sister-in-law Karlie Kloss says she will vote against Trump in 2020 Trump scheduled to attend Davos amid impeachment trial Lawmakers introduce bill to bolster artificial intelligence, quantum computing MORE and Donald Trump Jr.Donald (Don) John TrumpComedians post fake Army recruitment posters featuring Trump Jr. Trump Jr., Ivanka garner support in hypothetical 2024 poll FWS: There's 'no basis' to investigate Trump Jr.'s Mongolian hunting trip MORE, would have support from some Republicans and people who lean Republican if they were to run for president in 2024, according to a new survey. 

The SurveyMonkey poll for Axios released Saturday found that 29 percent of Republicans and leaners said they would consider voting for Donald Trump Jr. and that 16 percent said they would consider voting for Ivanka Trump. 

Among a list of potential candidates in the 2024 contest, both Trumps were in the top four. Vice President Pence had the greatest amount of potential support, with 40 percent of respondents saying they would consider a vote for him. 


Twenty-six percent said they would consider voting for former South Carolina Gov. Nikki HaleyNimrata (Nikki) HaleyIs Mike Pence preparing to resign, assume the presidency, or both? Judd Apatow urges Georgia voters to get rid of Doug Collins after 'terrorists' comment Nikki Haley: Democratic leadership, 2020 Dems are the only people mourning Soleimani death MORE (R), and 15 percent said they would consider a vote for Sen. Marco RubioMarco Antonio RubioApple under pressure to unlock Pensacola shooter's phones Senators offer bill to create alternatives to Huawei in 5G tech Surging Sanders draws fresh scrutiny ahead of debate MORE (R-Fla.). 

Between Dec. 14 and Dec. 17, 1,854 Republicans and leaners were surveyed. The poll's modeled error estimate is plus or minus 2.5 percentage points.