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Vivek Ramaswamy struggles to gain traction with Iowa Republicans as critics question his path ahead

  • Vivek Ramaswamy, a Republican candidate in the 2024 primary race, is struggling to gain momentum and is polling in the mid to high single digits. Critics question his endgame and speculate whether he is only running to boost former President Donald Trump.
  • Ramaswamy's campaign has spent significantly less than anticipated on advertising in Iowa, booking only $162,000 in ads compared to the planned $8 million. However, campaign events are attracting non-registered Republicans, particularly young people.
  • Voters and strategists criticize Ramaswamy for his position on Israel, his Hindu faith, and his age. Iowa's Republican voters, who are mostly white and Christian with a heavy influence of evangelicals, have reservations about his candidacy.
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