Who won Republican Debate : Donald Trump support goes up to 32 percent now
Donald Trump might have not won the GOP debate on CNN, nonetheless his popularity chart is breaking all previous records. A latest survey suggests that he has garnered as much as 30 percent support from Republican voters. This is simply a massive achievement so early in the presidential race.
Latest reports suggest that the real estate mogul Donald Trump has got as much as 30% support in the race for the Republican nomination. This is despite the fact that he looked apprehensive and uncertain of himself in the CNN presidential debate. Carly Fiorrina actually overshadowed him by giving him terse responses.
The survey suggests that Trump has actually gained as much as 8 points since August. The latest surge has enabled him to get at least 32 percent support, and has nearly tripled his support since just after he launched his campaign in June.
An amazing finding of the survey is the fact that neither Jeb Bush not Carly Fiorina is the second most supported candidate. The poll shows that Ben Carson has actually made bigger stride and he is on second place with 19%. Together, these two non-politicians now hold the support of a majority of Republicans and Republican-leaning independents, and separately, both are significantly ahead of all other competitors.
Jeb Bush has been completely marginalized at the moment. But things are still at early stage and there is no certainty that things will be a cakewalk for Donald Trump as one might get the impression as of now. Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is on the third rank and has got 9 percent support while Ted Cruz holds fourth place with 7 percent support.