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    Poll: Donald Trump Still Leads the GOP Field

    Jan 5 2016, 5:59 am ET
    Poll: Donald Trump Still Leads the GOP Field

    by John Lapinski, Hannah Hartig and Stephanie Psyllos

    With the presidential primaries in full swing, Donald Trump maintains his sizable lead over the rest of the Republican field. Among Republican or Republican-leaning registered voters, Trump has 35% support compared to 18% for Ted Cruz and 13% for Marco Rubio, according to results from the latest NBC News|SurveyMonkey Weekly Election Tracking Poll for the week of December 28, 2015 through January 3, 2016. The poll was conducted online among a national sample of 3,700 adults aged 18 and over.

    Trump leads among men with 39% of support, compared to 21% of men who support Cruz and 13% of men who support Rubio. Trump also leads among women with 29% support, while Cruz and Rubio have about equal support from women—13% and 14%, respectively.

    Perhaps surprisingly, Trump also has the highest support among white evangelical voters—33%. Although Ben Carson did fairly well among white evangelicals (12%), the group heavily favored Trump. Cruz also did well with white evangelicals, with 2 in 10 supporting him. Rubio's support among this group was 1 in 10. Republican-leaned voters who describe their political views as "very conservative" are most likely to support Trump (35%) and Cruz (30%) with the other candidates at least 20 points behind.

    A big question in the election is whether Trump supporters will change their minds. Our results show that half of Trump voters (51%) say they are absolutely certain they will vote for him. Another 3 in 10 Trump supporters say there is a large chance they will vote for him. Cruz and Rubio supporters, however, are not as certain that they will vote for their candidate. Just under half (49%) of both candidates' supporters say there is a large chance they will vote for their candidate but they are not absolutely certain.

    Josh Clinton contributed reporting. Graphics by Sam Petulla.

    The NBC News|SurveyMonkey weekly election tracking poll was conducted online by SurveyMonkey from December 28, 2015-January 3, 2016 among a national sample of 3,700 adults aged 18 and over, including 3,181 who say they are registered to vote. Respondents for this survey were selected from the nearly three million people who take surveys on the SurveyMonkey platform each day. A full description of our methodology and the poll can be found here.

    The poll was produced by the Data Analytics Lab of NBC News in conjunction with Penn's Program on Opinion Research and Election Studies with data collection and tabulation conducted by SurveyMonkey.

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    IOWA Trump Supporters, please get registered as Republican if you are not already, you may be able to register at the Caucus, wikipedia says you can, but don't take any chances and try to register as soon as possible, and everyone who supports Trump, please, please do whatever you can to be at your Caucus station on February 1.

    Thank you! We can do this but need your help to win Iowa, it's so important, it really is, so please help us by registering if you aren't already and being at the Caucus on Feb 1.

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    The last NBC Poll was with Wall Street Journal released Dec 14, and it had Trump at 27%, and Cruz had 22%. Now Trump has 35% and Cruz has 18%. That's good movement up for Donald Trump!

    http://www.wsj.com/articles/trump-cr...nds-1450015201

    Mr. Trump had 27% support among Republican primary voters in the new Journal/NBC News survey, his highest showing in that poll this year and an increase from 23% in late October.

    A new WSJ NBC News Poll indicates Donald Trump remains the lead Republican presidential candidate, but Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio are gaining ground. WSJ's Jerry Seib explains. Photo: AP

    But the biggest mover was Mr. Cruz, who had 22% support, up from 10% in late October and a boost strong enough to lift him to the poll’s No. 2 spot for the first time since the campaign began. Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida placed third in the survey, with 15% support.
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    Poll: ‘The Donald’ Trumps GOP Field, Ranks Highest With Men, Women And Evangelicals



    by ALEX SWOYER
    5 Jan 2016
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    GOP frontrunner Donald Trump remains far ahead of his fellow GOP rivals, with 35 percent support in a recent NBC News|SurveyMonkey Weekly Election Tracking Poll.

    Texas Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) came in second with 18 percent, while Florida Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) ranked third at 13 percent support.

    Trump holds the lead with support from both men and women out of the GOP field. Thirty-nine percent of men support Trump while 21 percent of men support Cruz and 13 percent of men support Rubio.

    The real estate mogul holds 29 percent support from female voters. Both Cruz and Rubio hold 13 and 14 percent among women.

    NBC News notes, “Perhaps surprisingly, Trump also has the highest support among white evangelical voters—33%.”

    Although Ben Carson did fairly well among white evangelicals (12%), the group heavily favored Trump. Cruz also did well with white evangelicals, with 2 in 10 supporting him. Rubio’s support among this group was 1 in 10. Republican-leaned voters who describe their political views as “very conservative” are most likely to support Trump (35%) and Cruz (30%) with the other candidates at least 20 points behind.

    The poll found that 51 percent of Trump supporters said they “are absolutely certain they will vote for him.” However, Cruz and Rubio supporters are not as certain they will cast a vote for their favored candidate, according to NBC News.

    The poll was conducted online with a national sample from 3,700 adults from December 28, 2015 through January 3, 2016.

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