Republican debate schedule 2015, how to watch GOP debates live streaming online: All you need to know
Donald Trump seems to be galloping ahead. Like an Arabian horse he is unmindful of the criticism or the attacks that he is facing from not only Democrats, but also from fellow Republicans.
He is in the same defiant mood despite all round criticism from his foes. The latest round of criticism is due to his anti-Muslim utterances. He has demanded a complete ban on the entry of Muslims in the United States. But Muslims are only one to face his ire. He has been very outspoken against immigrants, against Mexicans and against the people who are opposed to his (insane) ideas.
Notwithstanding his criticsâ€™ round the clock ranting against him Trump remains comfortably atop the GOP field.
To be true some polls claim that his rating is highest compared to the last six months when he started his campaign. A latest survey conducted by the New York Times/CBS News poll released yesterday suggest that the real estate mogul enjoys very comfortable 19-percentage-point lead over Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), his closest primary rival. He seems to enjoy the support of 35% Republicans compare to 16% for Cruz, retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson at 13%, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) at 9% and former front-runner Jeb Bush at just 3%.
To be true these figures are nothing new and follow the same pattern that we have been seeing. A CNN/Opinion Research Corp. survey that was published last week had also Trump leading with 36% support and Cruz with just 16% support. In this survey too Carson had 14% support while Bush had only 3% support.
Tuesday, December 15, 2015 – Las Vegas (The Venetian).CNN/Salem. 9pm ET (8 pm CT, 6pm PT).
Thursday, January 14, 2016 – North Charleston, South Carolina. Fox Business.
Thursday, January 28, 2016 – Iowa. Fox News.
Saturday, February 6, 2016 -Manchester, New Hampshire (Saint Anselm College) ABC News/IJReview.