1.Popularity of Indian-origin millionaire entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy rising in US presidential race.

More than 80% of Trump’s fans, meanwhile, declared that they would unquestionably cast their ballots for the late president. According to certain polls, Vivek Ramaswamy is closing the gap on DeSantis for second place.

Ramaswamy has now reached the second position. The pollsters found somewhat more “shaky support” among DeSantis supporters than among Ramaswamy. According to The Hill, nearly half of Ramaswamy supporters said they would definitely vote for him, while only a third of DeSantis supporters said the same. Meanwhile, more than 80 percent of Trump supporters said they would definitely vote for the former president. Some polls have shown Ramaswamy inching closer to DeSantis for second place.

As The Hill reports, Spencer Kimball, executive director of Emerson College Polling, said in a release that Ramaswamy has made gains among voters with post-graduate degrees, winning over 17 percent of that group, and with younger voters, Has won over 16 percent of voters under the age of 35. Meanwhile, according to The Hill, DeSantis’ support among post-graduate voters has dropped from 38 percent in June to 14 percent now, and only 15 percent among voters under the age of 35.

The announcement states that the decline of Dentist is analogous to the New Hampshire poll for immersion, where former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R) has left Dentist behind by one point for the second place in the state. In the upcoming first Republican primary debate next week for presidential candidates, including Dentist, Ramaswamy, and several other GOP hopefuls, standing on the national stage will be the clearest opportunity yet, especially as Trump is planning to sit this one out. According to The Hill’s report, over 80 percent of Republican primary voters said they are planning to watch the debate.

The poll was conducted August 16–17 among 1,000 registered voters, including 465 voters who said they planned to vote in their state’s Republican primary or caucus.

2.Elon Musk praises Indian-origin Vivek Ramaswamy for US presidential race.

Elon Musk Reposts Vivek Ramaswamy’s Interview, Says “He Is A Very Promising Candidate”.

The world’s richest man Elon Musk on Friday praised US presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy, an American of Indian origin. Praising Vivek Ramaswamy, he has described his candidature as “promising”.

3.Ramaswamy youngest Republican presidential candidate in America

Elon Musk, the owner of X, formerly known as Twitter, has given this reaction to an interview given by the Republican leader to former Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson. In which 37-year-old Ramaswamy was described as the youngest Republican presidential candidate in America.


Ramaswamy was born on August 9th, 1985 to Hindu Tamil Brahmin immigrants in Cincinnati, Ohio. His upbringing was in Ohio. His ancestors are from Kerala, in India.

5.Ivy League Graduate

Ramaswamy graduated summa cum laude in biology from Harvard and
received his J.D from Yale law school.

6.About His Personal life.

The wedding of Vivek took place with Assistant Professor Apoorva at the Wexner Medical Center of Ohio State University, where he assists in surgical procedures. They reside in Columbus, Ohio, where they are nurturing their two sons.

Currently, Vivek resides in New York City. Additionally, Vivek owns a home in Columbus, Ohio. Vivek’s family also lives in a traditional house in Palakkad. Vivek owned a home in Butler County until 2021, according to the paperwork.

Vivek practices Hinduism and eats only vegetarian food. Vivek speaks Tamil proficiently because both of his parents are Tamil Brahmins. Vivek also comprehends Malayalam, though he doesn’t speak it.

7.Recently he attended Presidential Debate in the Early Years of the Republic.

Donald Trump’s 2024 Republican presidential at presidential Debate campaign wrestled with his eight primary rivals on Wednesday night for second place as a result of Trump’s absence from the opening debates. Most of his main rivals, all of whom were men, competed for second place while donning dazzling red ties similar to the glossy red ties worn by prior presidents.

Together with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, 38-year-old entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy took the center stage and was the main attraction for the majority of the evening. Ramaswamy engaged in conversations with former vice president Mike Pence, former governor of South Carolina Nikki Haley, former governor of New Jersey Chris Christie, and others, drawing on his expertise, on a variety of topics, including foreign policy, concerns surrounding Trump, and many more.

Vivek Ramasamy was occasionally used as a substitute for the former president on Wednesday night, who briefly left the stage due to his position as a Trump supporter. However, they will rescind it when they show up to the Fulton County Jail on Thursday. They are charged with rigging the elections in Georgia.

8. He is a Bestseller author

Woke, Inc.: Inside Corporate America’s Social Justice Scam, Nation of Victims: Identity Politics, the Death of Merit, and the Path Back to Excellence, and Capitalist Punishment: How Wall Street is Using Your Money to Create a Country You Didn’t Vote For are all written by American business leader Vivek.

He has been referred to as the “right’s leading anti-ESG crusader” by left-leaning media outlets such as Axios and Bloomberg, as well as one of the “intellectual godfathers of the anti-woke movement” (Politico). The New Yorker dubbed him “The CEO of Anti-Woke.”

The term woke originated decades ago, when Black activists warned each other to “stay woke” –⁠ in other words, to be alert to the realities of racism. Since then, the term’s usage has expanded greatly. Now, you can be woke to any number of race-, sex-, or gender-based injustices, such as microaggressions –⁠ small offenses that add up to a lot of harm. If you’re woke, you’re hyperaware of invisible power structures operating everywhere.

Woke, progressive ideology has gained a lot of traction in America in recent years, particularly among white, coastal suburbanites. And corporations have taken note. They’ve seized on wokeness as a way to curry favor with a rising political sector, profit off their social values, and dictate those values back to the rest of America.

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