Who won the Republican Tonight: What Do You Think?
What will be the focus of the GOP debate tonight? Will it be on foreign policy or on healthcare? While many illegal immigrants want to further know the Republican presidential hopefuls’ views on immigration reform policy they are eager to pursue, others want to know more about tax regime they advocate.
In the last debate on Fox News where Donald Trump didn’t come, Iowa winner Ted Cruz was unimpressove. Now Ted Cruz, the Iowa winner but struggling in New Hampshire, will get a chance to impress voters in Saturdayâ€™s debate. But will he be able tp impress is an important question.
Donald Trump would like to regain his momentum back and Marco Ruberio will do everything to edge him out, it is going to be an all out war.
It should be kept in mind that with the focus turns to January 9â€™s New Hampshire primary, the candidates will get one more chance to impress Granite State voters in an ABC News debate. While Ted Cruz managed to pull a last-second upset of frontrunner Donald Trump in Iowa, he polled fairly close to Trump in that state, something thatâ€™s not true of New Hampshire.
Reality czar Trump has comfortable lead now. A report in RealClearPolitics says Trump leads there by an average of more than 22 points, while Cruzâ€™s rivals, including another surprising Iowa finisher in Marco Rubio, are within striking distance of his second-place spot. New polls for the remaining states havenâ€™t yet measured reaction to Mondayâ€™s events, but PredictWise prediction markets and FiveThirtyEightâ€™s projections have shown movement in favor of Trumpâ€™s rivals, especially for Rubio.
DATE: February 6, 2016
TIME: 8 p.m. Eastern
CHANNEL: ABC News
MODERATORS: David Muir, Martha Raddatz
LOCATION: St. Anselm College