Monday, December 14, 2015

Quinnipiac Poll: Most Iowa voters will NOT support for Trump for President

Here's something to keep in mind about the GOP and the 2016 election. In the latest Quinnipiac poll, support for certain front runners are, interesting.
Among Iowa Republican Caucus-goers, 30 percent say they “would definitely not support” Trump, with 23 percent who would not support former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush. 
“The tie at the top of the Iowa Republican Caucus reflects a change in priorities among voters. The last time Quinnipiac University polled, the economy was the top issue. Now it is terrorism, a subject on which Donald Trump gets the highest rating of any of the candidates," said Peter A. Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll. 
“With seven weeks to go until the voting, whether Trump or Sen. Ted Cruz or any of the other candidates prevails will likely be determined by which candidate has the best turnout operation – a subject about which everyone likes to speculate but is not measurable until caucusnight February 1. 
“One good sign for Sen. Cruz in his battle with Trump is that voters view him much morefavorably than Trump, meaning that the Texas lawmaker may have a higher potential upside.”

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