After the rally of RFK Jr. in Utah, a surge of Trump and Biden supporters turned independent.


(The author is a Latino consultant for American Values 2024)


New York: Robert F. Kennedy Jr. appeared at a campaign rally in SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, where he attracted hundreds of followers, many of whom confessed to the media at the scene that they came from the Democratic and Republican parties. The exodus from these organizations toward a candidacy with fresher and more hopeful proposals for the electorate is a reality beginning to make its mark in recent polls.


RFK Jr., supported by the American Values 2024 Super PAC, is a group committed to restoring democracy in the United States and building a movement of supporters pursuing truth, separating the state from corporate interests, and supporting candidates like Kennedy who present proposals for a better future. We are co-founded by Mark Gorton (CEO of Tower Research Capital) and Tony Lyons (President of Skyhorse Publishing).

According to The New York Post, which covered the incidents of Robert Francis Kennedy Jr.’s political rally, people from across the political spectrum attended the rally in Utah’s capital on Thursday night, drawn by Bobby Kennedy’s electrifying speech and electoral proposals. Kennedy has embarked on a tour through the 50 states to collect the necessary signatures that will qualify him to appear on the ballot in the 2024 elections.

According to The Post, spectators lined up outside the SKY nightclub an hour in advance to get good seats, and some told The Post that they felt energized enough to get involved in politics for the first time in their lives.

Robert Francis Kennedy Jr., the son of the former prosecutor and senator from New York who was assassinated when he tried to run as a presidential candidate within the Democratic Party and the nephew of the also assassinated U.S. President, John F. Kennedy, is revolutionizing the political spectrum across the country with average support of 15.8% in the four-way electoral race between his independent counterpart, Cornel West, President Biden, and Donald Trump, according to recent data published by the pollster RealClearPolitics.

However, a November New York Times/Siena College poll measured undecided voters. Robert F. Kennedy Jr. averaged 24% if the competition is three-way between Trump, Biden, and RFK Jr.

Another poll from Quinnipiac University in July reflected that 47% of Americans would consider a candidate from a third party if Trump and Biden were the Republican and Democratic candidates next year.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has become a true phenomenon in the American political spectrum, going from 31% in October to 52% favorability, according to the polling analysis portal “”

According to the report from “,” when asked whether Americans had a favorable or unfavorable opinion of Robert F. Kennedy, 38.2% responded favorably compared to 33.1% who did not favor him. This measurement covered the period between June and November 2023.

The existing leadership crisis in both parties is pushing a frustrated electorate to the extreme, worn out by the lack of emergence of new leaders other than the octogenarians Biden and Trump, almost imposed as a punishment by both parties that have left voters with no options other than the unpopular Trump and Biden.

This widespread discontent in significant segments of the American electorate seems to be causing a massive exodus of supporters from the Republican and Democratic parties toward the independent candidacy of Robert Francis Kennedy Jr., whom they have begun to see as an alternative that is already impacting the political chessboard of the establishment in Washington DC.

American Values 2024 Super PAC has already begun designing political strategies to achieve the exponential growth of RFK Jr.’s platform with endorsements from essential leaders and voters from various communities, especially the African American and Latino communities nationwide, so that Bobby Kennedy is on the ballot in all 50 states.



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