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Monday, September 21, 2015

Trump Still Leads In New CNN and NBC Polls

Polls, polls and more polls

  • The last GOP debate was a joke with important air time taken over by candidates with next to zero support.  I suspect that by mid-October things will settle out and we will better know the top five candidates.

(Breitbart News)  -  Two of the first, post-September 16 CNN debate polls have been released and they show Donald Trump with a commanding lead.
Chuck Todd said on NBC’s Meet the Press, “Trump laps the field at 29%, more than double of Ben Carson, and here comes Carly Fiorina moving into third place into double digits at 11% followed by Jeb Bush, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Marco Rubio.”
In a statement to Breitbart News, Trump declared that these polls prove he was the clear winner of the CNN debate this week. “According to the latest NBC News poll, I continue to dominate the field by a wide margin and was a definitive winner of Wednesday night’s debate,” Trump said. “This movement is only growing. Voters are energized and excited about real leadership that will fix the problems we face and get things done unlike the all talk, no action politicians that have failed us for far too long.
“I look forward to focusing on the issues that matter including illegal immigration, the economy, our military and many others as I continue sharing my vision to Make America Great Again!”
An NBC poll shows Donald Trump polling at 29%, more than twice the numbers of Dr. Ben Carson. It also shows Carly Fiorina shooting up to third place behind Dr. Carson, at 11%.
NBC Poll

The CNN/ORC polls shows that former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina has shot ahead of the pack into second place behind Trump.

The biggest loser in the poll was Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker who dropped from 5% to below 1%. You can read the rest of the CNN polling results here.

CNN Poll

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