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  • Trump, Sanders lead in West Virginia (Trump leads 61% to 22% for Cruz)

    05/03/2016 12:06:23 PM PDT · by No Dems 2016 · 60 replies
    PPP's new West Virginia poll finds it's likely to just keep Donald Trump's recent streak of dominant victories right on going. Trump leads in the state with 61% to 22% for Ted Cruz and 14% for John Kasich. Trump, with a 67/24 favorability rating, is the only candidate GOP voters in the state even like. Both Kasich (32/50) and Cruz (32/53) come in with negative favorability ratings. Adding Carly Fiorina to the ticket has done little to help Cruz. Only 12% of voters say picking her as his running mate makes them more likely to vote for Cruz, compared to...
  • Indiana Polls Could Be A Definitive Blow For The Anti-Trump Campaign

    05/03/2016 11:19:52 AM PDT · by scottycraig · 11 replies
    After the primary in Indiana, only nine states will hold delegate contests of the GOP race. A Republican pollster said, ďIf the anti-Trump effort in Indiana falls short. It will be increasingly difficult for either Senator Cruz or Governor Kasich to make an argument in upcoming primary contests they can stop TrumpĒ. Read the rest of the post
  • Poll: Donald Trump Hits New High Among GOP Voters (Morning Consult Tracker - T (56%), C (20%)

    05/03/2016 10:33:15 AM PDT · by tatown · 21 replies
    Morning Consult ^ | 5/3/16 | Cameron Easley
    As front-runner Donald Trump continues his march toward the Republican nomination for president, he is more popular than ever among GOP voters, according to a new Morning Consult survey. Fifty-six percent of Republicans and Republican-leaning independents polled from April 29 through May 2 said they would vote for Trump if the election were held today. Thatís an 8-point increase from our previous poll, taken last week. And while Trump is up 8 points, the news gets worse for his main competitor, Sen. Ted Cruz. Only 20 percent of voters are still backing the Texas Republican for the nomination, which is...
  • Cruz's Image Plummets, Trump's Improves Among Republicans

    05/03/2016 5:32:33 AM PDT · by KentTrappedInLiberalSeattle · 72 replies
    Gallup.com ^ | 05/02/2016 | Frank Newport
    Ted Cruz -- attempting to hold on to the narrowing possibility that he can wrest the GOP nomination away from front-runner Donald Trump -- faces a crucial Indiana primary on Tuesday. Meanwhile, and perhaps ominously for Cruz, he has run into headwinds among Republicans at the national level. His image has essentially nosedived over the past week or two, while Trump's image has become more positive. Republicans' views of Cruz are now the worst in Gallup's history of tracking the Texas senator. His image among Republicans and Republican-leaning independents is at 39% favorable and 45% unfavorable, based on April 24-30...
  • CNN poll: Americans agree Clinton and Trump headed for a faceoff (National: Trump 49%; Cruz: 25%)

    05/02/2016 7:15:02 PM PDT · by Trump20162020 · 6 replies
    CNN ^ | May 02, 2016 | Jennifer Agiesta
    Americans don't agree on much in politics these days, but a new poll finds broad majorities in agreement that the front-runners for the Republican and Democratic nominations for president will wind up the winners in the end. According to a new CNN/ORC poll out Monday, 84% of voters nationwide think Donald Trump will lead the Republican ticket in November, while 85% say the same about Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton. But the sense of inevitability hasn't boosted their support among their own parties. Each has the backing of about half of voters: Clinton is the choice of 51% of Democratic voters,...
  • ABC7/Survey USA Poll of California Voters: Trump 54%, Cruz 20%, Kasich 14%

    05/02/2016 12:37:40 PM PDT · by NYRepublican72 · 144 replies
    ABC7/Survey USA ^ | 5/2/2016 | Elex Michaelson
    #Breaking Results of @ABC7 @surveyusa poll of California voters: GOP: @realDonaldTrump 54% @tedcruz 20% @JohnKasich 14%
  • Rush Limbaugh Show,M-F,12NOONPM-3PM,EDT,WOR AM,May 2,2016

    05/02/2016 8:34:55 AM PDT · by Biggirl · 279 replies
    The EIB Network ^ | May 2, 2016 | Rush Limbaugh
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  • Gravis Poll: Indiana Trump 44 Cruz 27 Kasich 9

    05/02/2016 8:37:02 AM PDT · by usafa92 · 108 replies
    Gravis ^ | 5/2/2016 | Gravis
    Gravis Marketing, a nonpartisan research firm, conducted a random survey of 379 likely Republican Primary voters in Indiana. The poll was conducted from April 28th to the 29th and has a margin of error of Ī 5% at a 95% confidence level. The total may not round to 100% because of rounding. The polls were conducted using live telephone calls to landlines and mobile phone numbers of registered voters in Indiana and weighted by anticipated voting demographics.
  • Trump 41%, Clinton 39%

    05/02/2016 7:25:34 AM PDT · by taildragger · 83 replies
    Last week, Rasmussen Reports gave voters the option of staying home on Election Day if Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are the big party nominees, and six percent (6%) said thatís what they intend to do for now. Clinton and Trump were tied with 38% support each; 16% said they would vote for some other candidate, and two percent (2%) were undecided.
  • Indiana Poll Ė Donald Trump 49%, Ted Cruz 34%, John Kasich 13%Ö ( Trump gets all delegates)

    05/01/2016 3:46:31 PM PDT · by GilGil · 58 replies
    Conservative Treehouse ^ | 5/1/2016 | Sundance
    [Ö] ďIn Indiana, Trump is positioned to corral all the [stateís 57] delegates, which will be a big prize toward winning the nomination outright,Ē says Lee Miringoff, director of the Marist College Institute for Public Opinion. ďClinton and Sanders are more likely to divide the delegate pool, which will do little to change the narrative on the Democratic side.Ē (link)
  • Latest Campaign Data Ė Cruz Unfavorability Increases, Confidence Crumbles Ė Trump Over 60% In WV

    05/01/2016 6:18:44 AM PDT · by GilGil · 89 replies
    Conservative Treehouse ^ | 5/1/2016 | Sundance
    Ted Cruz has a net non-favorable rating amid Republican voters (Per Gallup) and the addition of Carly Fiorina has only worsened the condition of the Ted Cruz campaign. Per Gallup, Cruz now has a negative net favorability rating among Republicans.
  • Donald Trump Holds 15-Point Lead Ahead of Republican Rivals in Indiana Poll [Trump 49% Cruz 34%)

    05/01/2016 6:03:49 AM PDT · by GonzoII · 92 replies
    WSJ ^ | May 1, 2016 9:00 a.m. ET | Janet Hook
    Donald Trump holds a 15-point lead in the Republican presidential primary in Indiana, and a majority of GOP voters disapprove of the effort by underdogs Sen. Ted Cruz and Gov. John Kasich to coordinate strategy to block him, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News/Marist Poll finds.
  • [Reuters] National poll: Half of Republicans support Trump [Trump 49.8 Cruz 30% Kasich 14.7%]

    05/01/2016 2:19:13 AM PDT · by GonzoII · 20 replies
    Reuters ^ | April 29, 2016 | Reuters
    Poll Reading: National poll: Half of Republicans support Trump
  • Trump Gains On Clinton, But Both Have Sky-High Negatives: IBD/TIPP Poll

    04/30/2016 12:30:30 PM PDT · by MaxistheBest · 55 replies
    Investor's Business Daily ^ | 04/30/2016 | JOHN MERLINE
    Riding on a string of big victories in the presidential primaries, Donald Trump has not only extended his lead against his GOP rivals, but also he has gained ground against Hillary Clinton, according to the latest IBD/TIPP Poll. ------------------------------------------------ The poll finds that Trump now leads Ted Cruz by 19 points ó 48% to 29% ó which is more than double his lead last month. At the same time, Hillaryís lead over Trump is now just seven points (47% to 40%), down from 12 points last month. Whatís more, 65% of Republicans and Republican-leaning independents now pick Trump as either...
  • Internal Poll Numbers Show Cruz Collapsing In IndianaÖ

    04/29/2016 11:43:13 AM PDT · by COUNTrecount · 286 replies
    Conservative Treehouse ^ | April 28, 2016 | Sundance
    From the outset, and particularly since the ridiculous ďNever TrumpĒ campaign began, we have outlined the most damaging aspect to Senator Ted Cruzís presidential bid is his continued visibility. The reasoning is simple: the more people see and hear Cruz, the more the average electorate are turned off by Cruz. Heís just not a likeable man. A CNN article today points out the internal polling within Indiana is following this consistent pattern: Cruz allies and people close to the campaign describe a budding sense of gloom, with internal polls diving as Trump mounted even stronger than expected showings in his...
  • Internal Poll Numbers Show Cruz Collapsing In Indiana

    04/29/2016 4:19:09 AM PDT · by Trump20162020 · 96 replies
    The Conservative Treehouse ^ | April 28, 2016 | sundance
    A CNN article today points out the internal polling within Indiana is following this consistent pattern: [Ö] Cruz allies and people close to the campaign describe a budding sense of gloom, with internal polls diving as Trump mounted even stronger than expected showings in his native northeast. In Indiana, which Cruz backers once believed they were favored to win after his strong defeat of Trump in Wisconsin, Cruzís numbers have fallen precipitously: Once leading, Cruz now trails in the state by eight to 10 points, according to a person who has seen the numbers, with Trump over the 40% mark....
  • A new poll shows Donald Trump dominating a state he's not necessarily supposed to win

    04/29/2016 1:02:28 AM PDT · by blueplum · 71 replies
    TheBusinessInsider ^ | 28 April 2016 | Allan Smith
    A new poll released on Thursday found Donald Trump with a big lead in Oregon, a state not necessarily expected to be favorable to the Manhattan billionaire. The poll, conducted by the Portland-based Hoffman Research Group, found Trump leading Ted Cruz, a Texas senator, by 17 points. Trump, the GOP frontrunner, was the choice of 43% of respondents.
  • Indiana GOP Polls 2016: Donald Trump Leads Ted Cruz

    04/28/2016 10:25:59 PM PDT · by BlackFemaleArmyCaptain · 26 replies
    Heavy ^ | 4/26/2016 | Jonathan Adams
    After five primaries on April 26, the Republican candidates only have the Indiana primary next week. The primary takes place Tuesday, May 3 and has 57 delegates at stake. According to FiveThirtyEight, 30 delegates are awarded in winner-take-all fashion to the candidate with the most votes statewide. The remaining 27 delegates are split among nine congressional districts with each district getting three delegates. A candidate will be awarded three delegates for each congressional district he wins. Ted Cruz will try to cut into Donald Trumpís lead. Early polling data shows Trump with a narrow lead on Cruz in Indiana. Trump...

    04/28/2016 10:16:18 PM PDT · by NYRepublican72 · 59 replies
    Clout Research ^ | 04/28/2016 | Clout Research
    The survey of likely GOP voters statewide in Indiana shows a statistical toss-up for the Republican Party nomination for President between Donald Trump and Ted Cruz, with Trump holding a 37% to 35% edge. John Kasich wins the support of 16% of voters, with 11% saying they are yet unsure for whom they will vote. Trump wins among moderate primary voters with 39%, compared to 37% for Kasich and 18% for Cruz. Among those who consider themselves establishment conservatives Ė which comprised 55% of the poll sample Ė Trump wins 36% support and Cruz won 34% support. Among those who...
  • Poll: Donald Trump Holds Big Lead Ahead Of Oregon's Republican Primary(Trump 43%,Cruz 26% Kay. 17%)

    04/28/2016 3:34:31 PM PDT · by Red Steel · 80 replies
    OPB.org ^ | Updated: April 28, 2016 2:21 p.m. | Jeff Mapes
    A new poll of Republican voters in Oregon finds that Donald Trump has a double-digit lead in the stateís May 17 primary, while Ted Cruz is second despite pulling out of the state. The poll by the Portland-based Hoffman Research Group shows 43 percent support Trump. Twenty-six percent favor Cruz and 17 percent back John Kasich. It is the first public poll of the Republican presidential race in Oregon this year. Cruz has agreed not to campaign in Oregon and New Mexico in exchange for Kasich pulling out of Indiana. The two are trying to prevent Trump from getting a...
  • DONALD TRUMP Only Needs 43% of Remaining Delegates to Win Nomination (After Tues Cruz Crush)

    04/28/2016 10:19:38 AM PDT · by xzins · 52 replies
    Gateway Pundit ^ | Apr 28th, 2016 | Jim Hoft
    After sweeping all five primaries that occurred Tuesday Ė Connecticut, Rhode Island, Delaware, Maryland and Pennsylvania Ė Donald Trump has 987 delegates, Cruz has 562 with 622 remaining. Ted Cruz was mathematically eliminated on Tuesday night. There are fewer delegates remaining than we originally projected because the delegates in Wyoming, Colorado and North Dakota were allocated in corrupt voter-less elections. But our April 2nd projections for Trump and Cruz were very, very close. Trump was awarded another 40 Pennsylvania delegates on Wednesday which brings his total to 987. Donald Trump only needs 250 more delegates to secure the Republican nomination....
  • News Poll Refutes Mark and Gabby Poll on ĎTerror Watch Listí Gun Ban

    04/28/2016 10:19:11 AM PDT · by rktman · 8 replies
    oathkeepers.org ^ | 4/27/2016 | David Codrea
    A poll being pushed by gun-grabbing oath-breakers Gabby Giffords and Mark Kelly claims most Nevadans favor banning Americans on the governmentís so-called ďterror watch listĒ and ďno fly listĒ from buying guns, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported Monday. The effort is part of the Astroturf pile-on now that billionaire Michael Bloombergís minions have set loose Question 1 on an electorate largely ignorant of what so-called ďbackground checksĒ are really intended to do. Not only will that place a prior restraint on a right that, according to the supreme Law of the Land ďshall not be infringed,Ē but, per no less...
  • 24% Opt Out of a Clinton-Trump Race [1000 LVs Trump 38% Clinton 38% Rasmussen]

    04/28/2016 7:54:16 AM PDT · by GonzoII · 44 replies
    Rasmussen Reports ^ | Thursday, April 28, 2016
    Nearly one-in-four voters say they will stay home or vote third party if Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are the major party presidential candidates. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey of Likely U.S. Voters finds Trump and Clinton tied at 38% each. But 16% say they would vote for some other candidate if the presidential election comes down to those two, while six percent (6%) would stay home. Only two percent (2%) are undecided given those options. (To see survey question wording...
  • How Donald Trump Dominated Tuesdayís Primaries (Acela Primary Alert)

    04/26/2016 11:05:28 PM PDT · by goldstategop · 53 replies
    Washington Post ^ | 04/26/2016 | Philip Bump
    rump has won every state touching any of the states that voted on Tuesday, save Ohio. Rhode Island and Connecticut are hemmed in by New York and Massachusetts, which Trump won by 35 and 31 points, respectively. Maryland and Delaware are closer to Virginia, which Trump won by a narrower margin -- but that was back on (the original) Super Tuesday, when Marco Rubio was around to chew up 32 percent of the vote. Geographically, this is Trump territory. If you wanted to drive from Trump Tower to any point in the five states, the most it would take you...
  • Collusion Wins!Ö New Poll Finds 3% of Voters Believe Cruz-Kasich Alliance Will Stop Trump

    04/26/2016 7:53:17 AM PDT · by GonzoII · 44 replies
    Gateway Pundit ^ | Apr 26th, 2016 9:27 am | Jim Hoft
    Last night the Cruz and Kasich camps formed the Cru-sich Alliance to stop Donald Trump. The two campaigns announced the development on Twitter. On Monday voters weighed in on this new backroom deal. A whopping 3% of MSNBC respondents said it would stop Donald Trump.
  • Hillary Clinton a mere 3 points ahead of Donald Trump in new national poll

    04/25/2016 4:05:25 PM PDT · by mandaladon · 72 replies
    The Week ^ | 25 Apr 2016
    Hillary Clinton's once commanding lead over Donald Trump in a hypothetical head-to-head matchup has shrunk to just a few points, according to a George Washington University Battleground Poll. The poll, out Monday, finds the Democratic presidential frontrunner with 46 percent to the GOP frontrunner's 43 percent, which falls within the poll's margin of error of plus or minus 3.1 percentage points. But Clinton supporters ought not to get too worried yet. As The Hill notes, this is the only poll out there predicting quite so slim of a lead for Clinton. A Real Clear Politics average of polls shows that,...
  • New Northeast Polls: Donald Trump Beats the Wunderkinds CombinedÖ

    04/25/2016 1:32:51 PM PDT · by COUNTrecount · 26 replies
    The Conservative Treehouse ^ | April 25, 2016 | Sundance
    In their vain effort to thwart the will of the electorate, that answer is now transparent. Candidate Trump is simply thumping them both in the polling for the Northeast States tomorrow: 3 candidate 3 states According to the latest PPP Polling released today (full pdf below), candidate Donald Trump is not only beating the Wunderkinds individually; heís also beating them collectively. Additionally interesting is some of the polling internal data which shows Senator Ted Cruz continuing to implode when the electorate is asked if they like him. Cruzís unfavorable rating continues to skyrocket. (Via PPP) [Ö] Donald Trump getting a...
  • PPP: A bumpy ride for Clinton on Tuesday, smooth sailing for Trump?

    04/25/2016 9:51:04 AM PDT · by Trump20162020 · 14 replies
    HotAir ^ | April 25, 2016 | Ed Morrissey
    PPP also polled Republicans in tomorrowís contests. Those surveys showed no surprises: Things arenít nearly so competitive on the Republican side, with Donald Trump getting a majority of voters in each state. Heís strongest in Rhode Island where he gets 61% to 23% for John Kasich, and 13% for Ted Cruz. The numbers are very similar in Connecticut with Trump getting 59% to 25% for Kasich, and 13% for Cruz. Things are a little bit different in Pennsylvania where Trumpís share of the vote isnít as high (51%) and Cruz edges out Kasich 25/22 for second place. None of these...
  • Clinton, Sanders close in CT/PA/RI; Trump Headed for Big Wins (59% CT, 51% PA, 61% RI)

    04/25/2016 7:23:07 AM PDT · by NYRepublican72 · 34 replies
    hings arenít nearly so competitive on the Republican side, with Donald Trump getting a majority of voters in each state. Heís strongest in Rhode Island where he gets 61% to 23% for John Kasich, and 13% for Ted Cruz. The numbers are very similar in Connecticut with Trump getting 59% to 25% for Kasich, and 13% for Cruz. Things are a little bit different in Pennsylvania where Trumpís share of the vote isnít as high (51%) and Cruz edges out Kasich 25/22 for second place. None of these states are particularly amenable to the ĎNever Trumpí movement. Trump has the...
  • Trump Headed For Big Wins in CT/PA/RI (Trump over 50 in all)

    04/25/2016 3:36:54 AM PDT · by usafa92 · 57 replies
    PPP ^ | 4/25/2016 | PPP
    Things arenít nearly so competitive on the Republican side, with Donald Trump getting a majority of voters in each state. Heís strongest in Rhode Island where he gets 61% to 23% for John Kasich, and 13% for Ted Cruz. The numbers are very similar in Connecticut with Trump getting 59% to 25% for Kasich, and 13% for Cruz. Things are a little bit different in Pennsylvania where Trumpís share of the vote isnít as high (51%) and Cruz edges out Kasich 25/22 for second place. None of these states are particularly amenable to the ĎNever Trumpí movement. Trump has the...
  • CBS polls: Trump leads by five in Indiana, by 23 in Pennsylvania

    04/24/2016 3:14:24 PM PDT · by MaxistheBest · 50 replies
    HotAir.com ^ | 04/24/2016 | ALLAHPUNDIT
    The Pennsylvania numbers ó Trump 49, Cruz 26, Kasich 22 ó are eye-popping, but you should know the delegate rules there well enough by now to know thereís a catch. Namely, 54 of the 71 delegates are unbound regardless of what Republican voters do in the primary. In theory, Cruz could lose the popular vote by 25 points and still walk away with a majority of the stateís delegation in his pocket thanks to his delegate-wrangling operation. ----------------------- In fact, per CBS/YouGov, 68 percent of Pennsylvania Republicans say delegates should back the statewide winner. Thatís a big deal given how...
  • Taubman Center poll: Clinton, Trump lead in Rhode Island, but many voters undecided

    04/24/2016 1:38:22 PM PDT · by RayofHope · 1 replies
    [Brown University ^ | 04/24/2016 | [Brown University
    The 600 Rhode Islanders surveyed also support charter school expansion, marijuana legalization and state tourism spending ó but oppose the new toll tax on trucks.
  • Trump and Clinton Hold Strong Leads in Pennsylvania, New Poll Shows

    04/24/2016 7:24:09 AM PDT · by usafa92 · 50 replies
    NBC/WSJ/Marist ^ | 4/24/2016 | NBC/WSJ/Marist
    Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton hold double-digit leads in the April 26 primary contest of Pennsylvania, according to results from a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist poll. In the Republican race, Trump gets support from 45 percent of likely Republican primary voters in the state ó followed by Ted Cruz at 27 percent and John Kasich at 24 percent. Trump performs the best among those who strongly support a candidate (getting support from 57 percent from that group), men (52 percent), those without a college degree (52 percent) and those in the Northeast part of the state (52 percent). He...
  • Poll: Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton lead in Pennsylvania, Indiana

    04/24/2016 7:20:03 AM PDT · by usafa92 · 40 replies
    CBS/YouGov ^ | 4/24/2016 | CBS/YouGov
    Donald Trump heads into Tuesday's slate of primaries maintaining his large lead in Pennsylvania, and has a lead in Indiana, which holds its primary the following week. Together this would keep Trump on a path to securing the nomination: If he does manage to win the bulk of delegates in Tuesday's round of primaries, and follows that up by a solid showing in Indiana -- which has been touted as the better chance for Cruz and Kasich to try to stop him -- then Trump would remain on pace to eventually clear the majority of 1,237 delegates later in June....
  • Trump: 82% Chance of Winning Indiana

    04/23/2016 7:19:43 AM PDT · by usafa92 · 213 replies
    538 ^ | 4/23/2016 | Nate Silver
    Just the link to 538
  • California Primary ó Fox News: Trump 49, Cruz 22, Kasich 20 (Trump up 27pts)

    04/22/2016 6:51:24 PM PDT · by GilGil · 153 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 4/22/2016 | Joel Pollak
    A new Fox News poll of likely California primary voters released late Friday shows Donald Trump leading the Republican field with with 49%, with Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) a distant second at 22%, and Ohio Gov. John Kasich at 20%.
  • Fox News Poll: Trump leads in California, Clinton-Sanders in close race

    04/22/2016 3:48:46 PM PDT · by MaxistheBest · 85 replies
    Fox News ^ | 04/22/2016 | Dana Blanton
    Republican Donald Trump holds a big lead in California, in a new Fox News Poll, while Hillary Clinton has a razor-thin edge over Bernie Sanders in the Democratic race. Trump captures 49 percent of likely Republican primary voters. Thatís more than the combined support for his two remaining competitors: Ted Cruz receives 22 percent and John Kasich 20 percent. The mogul leads his rivals by a wide margin among every demographic group, including those he sometimes has trouble capturing: women, young voters, college graduates, and very conservatives. Trump 49 Cruz 22 Kasich 20
  • Fox News Poll: Trump tops Cruz by eight points in Indiana

    04/22/2016 3:43:20 PM PDT · by Trump20162020 · 88 replies
    Fox News ^ | April 22, 2016 | Dana Blanton
    Trump is ahead of Cruz by an eight-point margin among Indiana likely Republican primary voters: 41-33 percent. John Kasich comes in third with 16 percent. Men are the key to Trumpís advantage. He receives 44 percent to Cruzís 33 percent, while Kasich takes 13 percent. Among women, Trump ekes out a three-point edge (36-33 percent), while 20 percent back Kasich.
  • Trump vs. 'Conman' Reagan

    04/22/2016 9:16:48 AM PDT · by raptor22 · 58 replies
    American Thinker ^ | April 22, 2016 | Daniel John Sobieski
    When Donald Trumpís political credentials as a Republican and/or conservative are challenged, he likes to remind people that Ronald Reagan was a Democrat once and managed to evolve over time. Except that Reaganís conversion was real and he had two terms as governor of California to prove his bona fides before he ran for president as a conservative Republican. As Reagan campaign manager Stu Spencer and speechwriter Ken Khachiagin note in a Real Clear Politics piece: Yes, Ronald Reagan migrated from being a liberal Democrat to the gold standard for conservative Republicans. But Reaganís views evolved over four decadesí worth...
  • Reuters Daily Tracking: Trump 49 - Cruz 28

    04/22/2016 1:07:28 PM PDT · by usafa92 · 57 replies
    Reuters ^ | 4/22/2016 | Reuters
    No article, just link
  • First poll of Indiana shows Trump leading by six, new poll of California shows Trump leading by 18

    04/22/2016 11:39:07 AM PDT · by MaxistheBest · 34 replies
    HotAir.com ^ | 04/22/2016 | ALLAHPUNDIT
    Cruzís path to defeat before the convention is simple: Lose Indiana, lose California decisively, and lose the war for Pennsylvaniaís 54 unbound delegates. Within the past 24 hours, thereís new evidence that weíre on track for all three. I covered the battle for Pennsylvania last night and noted that some private polls of Indiana have the race there tight, with Trump possibly out to a small lead, but hereís the first solid evidence from a public poll that that state is tilting against Cruz. To think, after all the time weíve spent obsessing over delegates, theyíre probably not going to...
  • EXCLUSIVE WTHR/HPI Poll: Trump, Clinton ahead in Indiana, overall tight race (Trump +6)

    04/22/2016 9:41:49 AM PDT · by NYRepublican72 · 34 replies
    WTHR/HPI ^ | 4/22/2016 | WTHR Channel 13
    The results of the first statewide poll for Indianaís upcoming primary show a small lead for party front runners Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, with a tight race on both sides of the aisle. The WTHR/HPI Indiana Poll has Trump with a 6-point lead over his closest challenger Ted Cruz. The poll indicates a record turnout will favor Trump over the other candidates. The results prove just how pivotal Indiana's primary race is going to be nationally. Republican Presidential Primary Donald Trump 37% Ted Cruz 31% John Kasich 22%
  • HUFFPOLLSTER: Ted Cruz Is Now An Establishment Candidate To Most GOP Voters

    04/22/2016 9:54:33 AM PDT · by usafa92 · 50 replies
    Huffington Post ^ | 4/22/2016 | Natalie Jackson
    GOP VOTERS NOW THINK OF TED CRUZ AS ESTABLISHMENT - HuffPollster: ďHereís the latest proof of how strange this primary cycle has become: Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), whoís long tried to leverage his colleaguesí loathing into a version of outsider cred, is overwhelmingly viewed by his party as an establishment candidate. In a new HuffPost/YouGov survey, 62 percent of Republican and Republican-leaning voters say that Cruz is more of an establishment candidate, while just 29 percent describe him as an outsider. Thatís a marked shift since December, when just 36 percent considered him part of the establishmentÖ.While that might help...
  • The Donald Trump Effect: Not a Politician and Dominating on ImmigrationPoll of Colorado likely R-Vot

    04/21/2016 10:41:08 PM PDT · by Greetings_Puny_Humans · 31 replies
    Magellan Strategies ^ | By David Flaherty | April 20th, 2016 | By David Flaherty
    Here at Magellan Strategies we strive to generate research projects that are not only interesting, but more importantly are relevant to our clients. For our clients here in Colorado, there is very little public research focused on how likely Republican Primary voters view the race for the Republican Presidential nomination. For our clients around the country, there is a lack of public research that attempts to truly understand the factors that are motivating Republican Primary voters to support Donald Trump. We decided to fill both voids at once by fielding a 609n automated survey (April 5th-6th) of likely Republican Primary...
  • First Delaware GOP Poll Released: Trump 55, Kasich 18, Ted at 15

    04/21/2016 8:45:09 PM PDT · by BlackFemaleArmyCaptain · 101 replies
    The Gateway Pundit ^ | 4/20/2016 | Jim Hoft
    Gravis Marketing released the first Delaware poll today showing Donald Trump with a 47 point lead in the Republican field.
  • Poll: Trump winning big in California (Trump 41%, Cruz 23%, Kasich 21%)

    Ted Cruz called California "the big enchiladaĒ on Wednesday and said it would be the state that ultimately decides the Republican nomination. But a new poll from Capitol Weekly/Sextant Strategies shows Donald Trump in a dominant position across the state. The results, provided to POLITICO, show Trump leading statewide with 41 percent of the vote and Cruz trailing far behind with 23 percent. John Kasich is in third with 21 percent, and 15 percent of Republicans said they remain undecided. California is worth 172 delegates when it votes on June 7 ó with the winner of each of the stateís...
  • How the GOP Is On the Road Towards Certain Defeat

    04/21/2016 9:06:01 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 93 replies
    PJ Media ^ | 04/21/2016 | Ron Radosh
    Our convoluted primary system evolved to allow voters a more direct voice in choosing a candidate who can win a general election. Voters donít always choose wisely -- after all, one party always loses. Itís a shame then -- in what should be a Republican year -- that GOP primary voters appear to want to lose the presidency once again.If the candidate at the top of the ticket is roundly defeated, the toll could also take down many Republicans running for the House and the Senate.The latest polls show that only one Republican candidate has a sure chance of...
  • 2016 National Republican Primary - Trump 49%, Cruz 31% (Ipsos/Reuters (Web) 4/16-4/20)

    04/21/2016 7:38:52 AM PDT · by GonzoII · 16 replies
    Population ÔĀô 1,598 Adults ÔĀô Margin of ErrorÔĀô ÔĀô ¬Ī2.8 percentage pointsÔĀô Polling Method ÔĀôÔĀô InternetÔĀô SourceÔĀô Ipsos/Reuters [PDF]
  • Trump Leads, Kasich Tops Cruz In Connecticut GOP Race,Quinnipiac University Poll Finds;

    04/20/2016 10:51:37 AM PDT · by usafa92 · 60 replies
    Quinnipiac ^ | 4/20/2016 | Quinnipiac
    Donald Trump is close to the 50 percent mark among Connecticut likely Republican primary voters, while Ohio Gov. John Kasich tops Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas in the race for second place, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today. Likely Republican primary voters give Trump 48 percent, with 28 percent for Kasich and 19 percent for Cruz. Only 5 percent are undecided, but 25 percent of those who name a candidate say they might change their mind before the April 26 primary. By 59 Ė 33 percent, Connecticut Republicans want an outsider for president, rather than someone experienced in...
  • Gravis Delaware Poll: Trump 55, Kasich 18, Ted 15

    04/20/2016 10:41:36 AM PDT · by usafa92 · 31 replies
    Gravis ^ | 4/20/2016 | Gravis
    Gravis Marketing, a nonpartisan research firm, conducted a random survey of 1,038 likely Republican Primary voters and 1,026 likely Democratic Primary voters. The poll has a margin of error of Ī 3.0% for Republicans and Ī 3.1% for Democrats, all at the 95% confidence level. The poll was conducted from April 17th through the 18th. The total may not round to 100% because of rounding. The polls were conducted using automated telephone calls (IVR technology), with the results weighted by relevant voting demographics.