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  • Final ARG NH Tracking Poll (Trump 33, Kasich 17, Rubio 14, Cruz 10, Jeb 9)

    02/08/2016 7:07:39 PM PST · by usafa92 · 107 replies
    ARG ^ | 2/8/2016 | ARG
    No article just the link
  • Poll: Hillary Clinton, Ted Cruz Hold Leads In Arkansas Primaries

    02/08/2016 2:40:37 PM PST · by GodGunsGuts · 39 replies
    NPR via KUAR ^ | February 7, 2016 | Roby Brock
    Q: A number of Republican candidates are on the ballot for U.S. President in Arkansas. If the election were today, for which of the following would you vote: Ben Carson, Ted Cruz, John Kasich, Marco Rubio, Donald Trump, Jeb Bush, Gov. Chris Christie, and Carly Fiorina? 11% Ben Carson 27% Ted Cruz 4% John Kasich 23% Marco Rubio 23% Donald Trump 1% Jeb Bush 1% Gov. Chris Christie 4% Carly Fiorina 6% Don't Know
  • 7NEWS/UMass Lowell Poll NH Tracking Poll day 8 [Trump 34% Cruz/Rubio 13% Bush/Kasich 10%]

    02/08/2016 11:10:20 AM PST · by GonzoII · 71 replies
    whdh.com ^ | Updated: Feb 08, 2016 3:06 PM | Andy Hiller
    MANCHESTER, N.H. (WHDH) - This time tomorrow, some of the voting places in New Hampshire will already be open. And our final tracking poll gives us a last look at where the candidates stand right now. Watch 7News: mobile / desktop The Republicans are the big story...Because we know who's on top, but that's about all we know. The Democratic race is much easier to predict: Bernie Sanders is now beating Hillary Clinton by 16 points- 56% to 40%, after he lost a point overnight, and she kept what she had. Undecided is up to 4%, an increase of two...
  • Michigan: IMP/Target Insyght Poll: Trump Holds 14-Point Lead in GOP Primary After Iowa

    02/07/2016 5:11:58 PM PST · by usafa92 · 30 replies
    IMP/Target Insyght ^ | 2/5/2016 | IMP/Target Insyght Poll
    Donald Trump has a 14-point lead in the eight-way Michigan GOP primary, according to a poll done after the Feb. 1 Iowa caucuses. Trump is at 35%, while Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio had 21% apiece in an automated survey for Inside Michigan Politics and Target Insyght. John Kasich had 6% and Ben Carson received 5%. Jeb Bush, Chris Christie and Carly Fiorina each had 3%. And 4% are undecided. Unlike in the Iowa contest, Trump won evangelical voters in the Michigan survey. Trump had 35% to Cruz's 25% and Rubio's 19%. "Rumors of Trump's demise have been greatly exaggerated,"...
  • 3 Questions for Freepers-especially the "old timers"

    02/07/2016 4:12:15 PM PST · by icwhatudo · 229 replies
    2/7/2016 | icwhatudo
    Been here since 98, which is why I don't toss out the "I've been here longer so shut up" tactic that sadly has reared its head a lot lately. When I try it- some class of 97 guy kicks my arse and calls me noob. (yeah, old joke but I laugh) Been lurking more than posting lately but wonder where we all stand on things in this race and on Free Republic. ------------------------------------------------------- 1. Betweeen Cruz, Rubio, and Trump only...please list in order of preference if they were your only choices for president. 2. Are the current flame wars on...
  • Freep a Poll! (who won the debate?)

    02/07/2016 6:15:24 AM PST · by dynachrome · 15 replies
    headlineoftheday.com ^ | 2-7-16 | Headline of the Day
    Who won the February 6, 2016 Republican debate? Jeb Bush Ben Carson Chris Christie Ted Cruz I don't know John Kasich Marco Rubio Donald Trump
  • Vote Now: Who Won the Eighth Republican Presidential Debate?

    02/06/2016 8:51:47 PM PST · by Helicondelta · 97 replies
    time.com ^ | February 6
    Republicans met for their eighth presidential debate Saturday night, and we want to know who you think won. Take a moment to click the link below next to the candidate who you thought did the best at the ABC debate in New Hampshire.
  • Vote Now: Who Won the Eighth Republican Presidential Debate?

    02/06/2016 11:08:06 PM PST · by conservative98 · 46 replies
    TIME ^ | February 6, 2016 | TIME Staff
    Seven Republican presidential candidates took to the stage for a debate Saturday night in New Hampshire. Who do you think won?
  • UMass Lowell/7News Daily Tracking Poll of New Hampshire Voters Release 6 of 8

    02/06/2016 5:33:04 AM PST · by RoosterRedux · 61 replies
    Trump - 35% (up 1%) Cruz - 13% (down 1%) Rubio - 14 (down 1%)
  • NH Poll: Donald Trump Flat, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz Gaining [Trump 30, Rubio 17, Cruz 15]

    02/05/2016 5:58:07 AM PST · by justlittleoleme · 50 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 5 Feb 2016 | Mike Flynn
    A new NBC/Marist poll finds Donald Trump with a 13-point lead in New Hampshire, down 6 points from the middle of January. With the state voting Tuesday, Trump has 30 percent support, followed by Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) with 17 percent and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX)with 15 percent. Trump’s support is unchanged from two earlier NBC polls of the Granite State, going back to the beginning of January. Trump’s lead has shrunk as both Rubio and Cruz have gained support in the past two weeks.Rubio has gained 6 points since mid-January, while Cruz has gone up 3 points. Rubio’s support...
  • WBZ-UMass Amherst Poll: Trump, Sanders Lead In NH (Trump up 34% to 14% for Rubio and 9% for Cruz)

    BOSTON (CBS) - It's been a crazy election so far, and the WBZ/UMass Amherst poll shows it could get crazier in these final days, with 28% of Democrats and a whopping 48% of Republicans saying they might still change their minds before next Tuesday's primary in New Hampshire. Let's start with the GOP, where businessman Donald Trump is holding onto a substantial lead with 33%, a 19-point margin over Sen. Marco Rubio at 14% and Ohio Gov. John Kasich with ten percent. Right on their heels: Sen. Ted Cruz with nine percent, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush at six percent...
  • New Hampshire poll: Trump on top, battle for second emerges (Trump 29%, Rubio 18%, Cruz 13%)

    02/04/2016 6:46:32 PM PST · by NYRepublican72 · 46 replies
    CNN/WMUR ^ | 2/4/2016 | Jennifer Agiesta
    (CNN)Donald Trump continues to hold a wide lead among likely Republican primary voters in New Hampshire, according to a new CNN/WMUR tracking poll, with the pack vying for second place is beginning to break up. Behind Trump's field-leading 29% support, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio climbs to second place with 18% following his strong third place finish in Iowa, followed by Ted Cruz (13%) and John Kasich (12%) in a near-tie for third. Jeb Bush holds fifth place at 10%, a hair behind Cruz and Kasich, with Chris Christie and Carly Fiorina well behind at 4% each. The fight for second...
  • PPP National: Trump 25, Cruz 21, Rubio 21

    02/04/2016 9:22:00 AM PST · by Virtuoso80 · 38 replies
    Given the choices of just Donald Trump, Marco Rubio, and Ted Cruz who would you support for the Republican nomination for President? Trump 33% Rubio 34% Cruz 25% Who would you prefer as the Republican candidate if you had to choose between just Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio? Cruz 40% Rubio 46% ....between just Ted Cruz and Donald Trump? Cruz 47% Trump 41% ....between just Marco Rubio and Donald Trump? Rubio 52% Trump 40%
  • Shock PPP national poll: Trump 25, Cruz 21, Rubio 21

    02/04/2016 9:08:31 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 65 replies
    Hotair ^ | 02/04/2016 | AllahPundit
    Cruz’s numbers here aren’t a shock — he’s been in the high teens and low twenties for awhile — but Trump hasn’t dipped as low as 25 percent in a national poll since November and Rubio hasn’t seen a number as high as 21 percent since … ever. That makes some righty poll-watchers nervous since PPP’s credibility has been attacked in the past. Not only are they liberal, they were the subject of a famous critique of their methodology by Nate Cohn in TNR a few years ago. If you’re looking to throw out this result, which no other...
  • Faith and the 2016 Campaign

    02/01/2016 1:57:16 PM PST · by justlittleoleme · 12 replies
    PewForum ^ | January 27, 2016
    The conventional wisdom in American politics has long been that someone who is not religious cannot be elected president of the United States. Most Americans have consistently said that it is important to them that the president have strong religious beliefs. And a new Pew Research Center survey finds that being an atheist remains one of the biggest liabilities that a presidential candidate can have; fully half of American adults say they would be less likely to vote for a hypothetical presidential candidate who does not believe in God, while just 6% say they would be more likely to vote...
  • Quinnipiac poll: First-time caucusgoers boost Trump, Sanders in Iowa

    02/01/2016 10:52:28 AM PST · by catnipman · 41 replies
    The Hill ^ | February 01, 2016 | Kyle Balluck
    Trump's rise in the Quinnipiac poll is boosted by first-time Iowa voters: 40 percent say they will support him, compared with 22 percent for Cruz.
  • Emerson College, done entirely over the past 3 days: Trump 27, Cruz 26, Rubio 22

    02/01/2016 7:09:38 AM PST · by Virtuoso80 · 16 replies
    In the last poll before the Iowa Caucus, Donald Trump and Ted Cruz are virtually tied with Trump at 27% and Cruz at 26%. This is a 6-point drop in one week, as the Emerson Poll on January 21 had Trump at 33%. In the same period, Marco Rubio's is at 22% - up 8 points from 14% during the same time period. The rest of the GOP field is far behind, all under 5%.
  • Breaking Emerson College Iowa Poll: Trump 27 Cruz 26 Rubio 22

    01/31/2016 9:33:53 PM PST · by springwater13 · 117 replies
    This is the second poll out tonight with a surging Rubio and close race.
  • Poll: Trump is least popular of all 2016 candidates

    01/31/2016 2:23:31 AM PST · by Cincinatus' Wife · 120 replies
    The Hill ^ | January 31, 2016 | Harper Neidig
    Republican front-runner Donald Trump has the highest unfavorable ratings of any presidential candidate in either party in the 2016 field, a Gallup poll released Saturday found. Sixty percent of those surveyed gave the business mogul unfavorable ratings, while a third said they viewed him favorably, for a net favorability rating of -27. Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Jeb Bush are tied for second-lowest net favorability ratings with -10 each. Among other Republican candidates, Bush's 45 percent unfavorable rating is the next-worst after Trump. Following him are Chris Christie at 38 percent, Ted Cruz at 37 percent, Marco Rubio at 33...
  • Drudge: FINAL DES MOINES REGISTER/BLOOMBERG POLL:Trump 28% Cruz 23% Rubio 15%

    01/30/2016 5:09:22 PM PST · by xzins · 138 replies
    Drudge ^ | 30 Jan 16
    From Drudge Sidebar Headline USA Today and Bloomberg sites not able to be posted. But the coveted Des Moines register final win goes to Trump
  • Freep 2 polls! (Your pick for 'pub nominee + who did the worst in debate?)

    01/29/2016 2:28:01 PM PST · by dynachrome · 8 replies
    drudgereport.com ^ | 1-29-16 | Drudge and headline of day
    Headline of day poll: Who looked the worst in the January 28, 2016 Republican debate? Bush Carson Christie Cruz Fiorina Huckabee Kasich Paul Rubio Santorum Trump Fox News I don't know **DRUDGE POLL** WHO IS YOUR REPUBLICAN PICK FOR PRESIDENT? BUSH CARSON CHRISTIE CRUZ FIORINA HUCKABEE KASICH PAUL RUBIO SANTORUM TRUMP
  • Trump @ 51% in new Michigan Poll

    01/29/2016 6:42:51 AM PST · by GOPAreDemProgressives · 50 replies
    fox2detroit.com ^ | D:JAN 28 2016 06:25PM EST | exclusive Mitchell FOX 2 Detroit Poll of Michigan
    <p>An exclusive Mitchell FOX 2 Detroit Poll of Michigan finds that Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton hold large leads over their nearest GOP and Democratic opponents, respectively.</p> <p>In a head to head matchup, Trump holds a 47 - 43 percent lead over Clinton with 10 percent undecided.</p>
  • Will you be watching the Republican Debate on Fox News on Thursday, January 28, 2016

    01/27/2016 8:31:43 AM PST · by justlittleoleme · 116 replies
    MapMyVote ^ | 1/27/16 | justlittleoleme
    Will you be watching the Republican Debate on Fox News on Thursday, January 28, 2016. I created this poll to get see how mostly those on FR would respond. I am sure others will find it, but I am not sharing it out anywhere. I will post results when this poll is set to close on 1/29/15
  • Freep a Poll!(Are you going to watch Thursday's GOP debate?)

    01/27/2016 3:19:35 AM PST · by dynachrome · 47 replies
    Fox News Insider ^ | 1-26-16 | Greta Van Sustern
    Are you going to watch Thursday's GOP debate? Yes No
  • CNN/ORC Poll – Donald Trump Surges To 41%, Ted Cruz 19%, Marco Rubio 8%…

    01/26/2016 1:34:36 PM PST · by HarleyLady27 · 45 replies
    Conservative Tree House ^ | January 26,2016 | by Sundance
    I’d rather vote for a single billionaire I know, than support the dozens of billionaires who hide behind the scenes…
  • La Crosse Republicans make Cruz their pick in straw poll

    01/26/2016 5:32:28 AM PST · by justlittleoleme · 2 replies
    News8000 ^ | Jan 25 2016
    Wisconsin's presidential primary isn't until April, but Republicans in La Crosse County are showing their support for their favorite candidates early. -snip- Senator Ted Cruz topped the poll, getting support from 28% of county Republicans. Senator Marco Rubio and Donald Trump tied for second with 24% of the vote. Jeb Bush, Ben Carson, Senator Rand Paul and Carly Fiorina also received votes in the poll. One week from the Iowa caucuses, county chair Bill Feehan says their results are in line with what they're seeing in that state. He says there's a reason Cruz's campaign seems to be gaining momentum....
  • Reuters Poll: Trump’s Support Jumps to 40 Percent

    01/25/2016 6:56:32 AM PST · by Enlightened1 · 170 replies
    Reuters via Breitbart ^ | 01/22/15 | Neil Munro
    A new Reuters poll of Republicans shows that GOP frontrunner Donald Trump has expanded his national lead over rivals since his Jan. 19 endorsement by former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin. The new poll of 2,508 Republicans, taken over several days, showed Trump at 40 percent and Cruz sharply down to 10.5 percent. That's a 29.5-point margin. Reuters' Jan. 19 results showed Trump at 33 percent to Cruz's 16 percent, which was a 17-point margin. The Reuters poll is here, and can be adjusted to show the candidates' popularity among various subgroups. For example, Trump scored 38.4 percent among marrieds, 39...
  • Reuters Daily Tracking (1/22) Trump 41- Cruz 11 - Carson 10

    01/22/2016 12:54:11 PM PST · by usafa92 · 222 replies
    Reuters ^ | 1/22/2016 | Reuters
    No article, just the link.
  • Freep a poll! (Why does Trump wish to increase the ethanol mandate?)

    01/22/2016 3:22:35 AM PST · by dynachrome · 34 replies
    www.headlineoftheday.com/ ^ | 1-21-16 | Headline of the Day
    Why does Trump wish to increase the ethanol mandate? He wants to reduce US dependence on foreign oil. I don't know. He is pandering to the Iowa caucus.
  • So Any Polls - Graphs are updated

    01/21/2016 3:53:32 PM PST · by BigEdLB · 11 replies
    BigEdLB ^ | 1/21/16 | BigEdLB
    So many polls have come out in the last two days I decided to update the relevant graphs.
  • Nate Silver: CNN poll implies a turnout of about 320K in the Iowa GOP caucus

    01/21/2016 3:05:15 PM PST · by TBBT · 27 replies
    Twitter ^ | 1/21/16 | Nate Silver
    A lot of differences in these polls are based on how tightly polls are screening voters. Looser screens help Bernie & Trump. For instance, the CNN poll implies a turnout of about 320K in the Iowa GOP caucus, versus ~120K in 2012. There are sometimes reasons to prefer looser screens. It can be hard to predict who will vote. Also, self-selection in who responds to poll.
  • New Zogby Poll: Trump Leads Cruz By 32 Points Nationwide [Trump 45% Cruz 13% Rubio 8% Bush 6%]

    01/21/2016 12:15:14 PM PST · by GonzoII · 44 replies
    forbes.com ^ | Jan 21, 2016 @ 03:00 PM | John Zogby
    In a brand new Zogby Analytics Poll of likely GOP caucus and primary voters, Donald Trump receives 45% of the total vote, with Ted Cruz in a distant second place at 13%, followed by Marco Rubio with 8%, Jeb Bush 6%, Ben Carson 4%, Carly Fiorina and John Kasich tied with 3%, and Rand Paul, Chris Christie, Mike Huckabee, and Rick Santorum all tied with 2%. Ten percent are undecided. The new poll of 294 likely Republican voters nationwide was conducted on January 19 and 20 and has a margin of sampling error of +/-5.8 percentage points. Mr. Trump polls...
  • Drudge Super Poll Up!

    01/21/2016 11:04:48 AM PST · by plewis1250 · 32 replies
    Drudge has a super poll up, FReep it!
  • WBUR Poll: Large Share Of N.H.’s Undeclared Voters Yet To Settle On A Candidate Or A Party

    01/21/2016 7:26:27 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 7 replies
    WBUR ^ | 01/21/2016 | Anthony Brooks
    BOSTON A new WBUR poll out Thursday (topline, crosstabs) finds that with less than three weeks before primary day, a large share of New Hampshire’s undeclared voters have yet to make up their minds about who to vote for — or even which party to support.New Hampshire’s undeclared voters — those who aren’t registered as Democrats or Republicans and can choose either ballot on Election Day — represent over 44 percent of the state’s voters, more than either political party. They are notoriously independent and play a crucial role in picking the winners.“And a lot of them, about a third,...
  • Donald Trump Leads Marco Rubio by 17 Points in Minnesota – 37-20%

    01/20/2016 9:52:05 AM PST · by BigEdLB · 16 replies
    Overtime Politics ^ | 1/20/16 | Fred
    Donald Trump is the runaway favorite right now in Minnesota, as he’s up by 17 points over Marco Rubio. 37-20% Trump’s support seems to come from across all demographics, save for Hispanic voters, which gives him the rare opportunity to get close to the 40% mark in a state poll. This early in the primary season, with so many other contenders, receiving well over 1/3rd of the votes puts him in an enviable position. Marco Rubio also pulls in a significant number of voters at 20%, which puts him in line to get a fair share of the available delegates....
  • As of Right Now, Who Do You Support for President in Republican Primary? (Freep a Poll)

    01/19/2016 4:35:35 AM PST · by justlittleoleme · 47 replies
    KFRO ^ | January 19, 2016 5:00 AM | Chad Hasty
    2016 is upon us and more and more voters are deciding who they support for President. As we get closer to the Iowa caucuses and even the Texas primary, we will continue to find out who you support for President. Let us know who you support in today's KFYO Poll of the Day.
  • Donald Trump Leads Marco Rubio by 20 Points in Illinois 36-16%

    01/17/2016 9:23:44 PM PST · by BigEdLB · 30 replies
    Overtime Politics ^ | 1/17/16 | Fred
    Things are looking good for Donald Trump in Illinois, where he leads Marco Rubio by 20 points among likely primary voters. Rubio and Cruz are within 1% of each other, but things fall off substantially from there. 4 candidates received 5% of the vote each, and 2 tied for 8th place with 3% each.
  • Poll at the Boston Globe: Should the US ban assault weapons?

    01/16/2016 11:43:29 AM PST · by marktwain · 52 replies
    Gun Watch ^ | 17 January, 2016 | Dean Weingarten
    Poll: Ban Assault Weapons?No 8 votes Yes 3 votes The Boston Globe has a pair of articles, Pro-Con style on the question: Should the U.S. ban assault weapons? There are few respondents at present, with No having 8 votes and Yes having 3 votes. This is in the range that we usually expect in Second Amendment related polls, with Second Amendment supporters usually outnumbering disarmists by three to ten times as many. The link to the poll is here, near the bottom. This is an unusually small number of votes on a Second Amendment related issue. Definition of disarmist ©2016...
  • Iowa Republican Presidential Caucus (RCP Poll Averages)

    01/15/2016 10:55:39 PM PST · by entropy12 · 34 replies
    Real Clear Politics ^ | 1/12/15 | RCP
  • Reuters/Ipsos Poll: 28% of Independents Say Cruz's Birthplace Disqualifies Him

    01/15/2016 6:55:13 AM PST · by sunrise_sunset · 67 replies
    Reuters ^ | 1/15/2008 | Ginger Gibson
    "Republican voters nearly mirror independents and the broader electorate in their belief that Cruz cannot hold the White House, with 27 percent of all voters and 28 percent of independents responding he should be disqualified." --- "Only 47 percent of all voters surveyed responded that they thought Cruz is qualified to be president with regard to his citizenship, with 26 percent saying they were not sure."
  • Trump More Than Doubles National Lead in NBC/WSJ Poll

    01/14/2016 2:56:23 PM PST · by BlackFemaleArmyCaptain · 129 replies
    NBC News ^ | 1/14/2016 | MARK MURRAY
    Donald Trump has more than doubled his national lead in the Republican presidential race ahead of Thursday night's GOP debate here, according to the results from a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll. Trump is the first choice of 33 percent of national Republican primary voters - his highest percentage in the poll. He's followed by Ted Cruz at 20 percent, Marco Rubio at 13 percent and Ben Carson at 12 percent. Chris Christie and Jeb Bush are tied at five percent. No other Republican presidential candidate gets more than 3 percent. Trump's 13-point lead over Cruz is an increase...
  • Bloomberg/Des Moines Register Poll: Cruz 25, Trump 22.

    01/13/2016 5:41:38 AM PST · by TBBT · 71 replies
    Vanity | 1/23/2016 | Vanity
    Bloomberg/Des Moines Register Poll: Cruz 25, Trump 22. Details: http://www.bloomberg.com/politics/articles/2016-01-13/bloomberg-politics-des-moines-register-iowa-poll-january-2016http://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/news/elections/presidential/caucus/2016/01/13/iowa-poll-cruz-holds-3-point-lead-trump-attacks/78684344/
  • Reuters Trump 39.0 Cruz 14.5 Bush 10.6 Carson 9.6 Rubio 6.7

    01/12/2016 2:38:17 PM PST · by BigEdLB · 59 replies
    Reuters ^ | 1/12/16 | Reuters
    No Text just poll
  • NH Poll: Bernie Sanders leads Hillary Clinton in every major voting bloc (including females)

    01/12/2016 11:34:16 AM PST · by Zakeet · 15 replies
    CBS News ^ | January 12, 2016
    Bernie Sanders now leads Hillary Clinton by 14 points in New Hampshire, according to the latest Monmouth University Poll of likely New Hampshire voters who are likely to vote in the first-in-the-nation primary in February. Fifty-three percent of these voters choose Sanders, compared to 39 percent for Clinton. And the new poll shows that Clinton has also lost her edge over Sanders among registered Democrats, women and older voters. Sanders has now surpassed her with these voters, while holding onto his lead among registered independents, men and younger voters.
  • Poll: Sanders leads Clinton by double digits in New Hampshire

    01/12/2016 8:58:15 AM PST · by St_Thomas_Aquinas · 22 replies
    The Hill ^ | 1/12/16 | Jonathan Easley 2351 115
    Bernie Sanders leads Hillary Clinton by 14 points in New Hampshire less than a month before the first-in-the-nation presidential primary, a new poll finds. According to a Monmouth University survey released on Tuesday, the Vermont senator takes 53 percent support over the former secretary of State at 39 percent. Clinton led the same poll in November with 48 percent support over Sanders, who was at 45 percent.
  • Latest NBC/WSJ/Marist Poll– Cruz Leads Iowa; Trump Leads NH; Sanders Leads In Both

    01/11/2016 8:52:58 AM PST · by St_Thomas_Aquinas · 17 replies
    RedState ^ | 1/10/16 | streiff (Diary)
    Iowa GOP top line. Cruz 28, Trump 24, Rubio 13, Carson 11, Bush 4, Paul 5, Christie 3, Huckabee 2, Fiorina 3, Kasich 2, Santorum 0. If we flash back to the FoxNews poll we have Cruz 27, Trump 23, Rubio 15, Carson 9, Bush 7, Huckabee 2, Paul 5, Christie 4, Fiorina 1, Kasich 1, Santorum 1. Back just before Christmas, Gravis also did an Iowa poll, Gravis, as you know, was the gold standard for Iowa polling in 2014. Cruz 31, Trump 31, Rubio 9, Carson 7, Bush 4, Huckabee 4, Paul 1, Christie 2, Fiorina 3, Kasich...
  • Ted Cruz's moment: Texan gains national GOP support and positive reviews

    01/10/2016 5:06:18 AM PST · by BigEdLB · 5 replies
    YouGov/Economist ^ | 1/10/16 | Kathy Frankovic
    Texas Senator Ted Cruz has emerged as the Republican Party’s strongest challenger to frontrunner Donald Trump, inching up in Economist/YouGov Polls. He is the second choice of 40% of Trump supporters among Republican primary voters, and his favorable ratings have climbed 20 points in the last six months.
  • Trump Holds a 9 Point Lead in Virginia over Ted Cruz – 28-19%

    01/09/2016 4:49:33 PM PST · by BigEdLB · 18 replies
    Overtime Politics ^ | 1/9/16 | Fred
    Still leading the pack, but not by as much as national polls suggest, Donald Trump has a 9 point lead in Virginia, 28-19% over Ted Cruz. What is really interesting about Virginia is the fact that there are four candidates polling well into the double digits. While this would normally be great news for candidates coming in 3rd or 4th, usually unable to pass a percentage threshold, some of those delegates will be pilfered by the lower tier candidates, since there is no threshold at all. Total bound delegates: 46 – 2.17%/delegate Donald Trump: 13 Ted Cruz: 9 Ben Carson:...
  • Trump Could Win It All [Survey: 20% of DEMOCRATS support]

    01/09/2016 6:41:02 AM PST · by SoFloFreeper · 46 replies
    US News ^ | 1/9/2016
    So if Donald Trump proved the political universe wrong and won the Republican presidential nomination, he would be creamed by Hillary Clinton, correct? A new survey of likely voters...by Washington-based Mercury Analytics... Nearly 20 percent of likely Democratic voters say they'd cross sides and vote for Trump, while a small number, or 14 percent, of Republicans claim they'd vote for Clinton.
  • Trump Change: More Voters Than Ever See Trump As Eventual GOP Nominee

    01/08/2016 6:22:38 AM PST · by Amntn · 73 replies
    Rasmussen Reports ^ | 1/8/16 | Rasmussen
    Belief among Republicans that Donald Trump will be the next GOP presidential nominee now ties its highest level ever, and among all likely voters, more than ever agree. The first Rasmussen Reports Trump Change national telephone survey of the new year finds that 74% of Likely Republican Voters think the billionaire businessman is likely to be their nominee in 2016, with 31% who say it is Very Likely. Just 23% disagree, and that includes only 11% who say it is Not At All Likely. (To see survey question wording, click here.) Among all likely voters, 61% now say Trump is...