Unless Donald Trump does something completely out of character, he has little to worry about how rank and file GOPer’s feel about him trashing people like Mitch McConnell, Jeb Bush, John Boehner, and all the other candidates.
If the GOP does not recognize his candidacy or try to muscle him out of the debates, I do believe if Trump forms a
According to the new results of a new CNN/ORC national survey released Sunday, 52 percent of registered Republicans and Republican-leaning independents want Trump to stay in the race, while 33 percent would like to see the outspoken real estate mogul drop out.
Overall, Trump sits at the top of the GOP pack, with 18 percent support among Republican voters, with former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (15 percent) second and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (10 percent) third.
What’s more, 22 percent of Republican voters believe Trump will ultimately win the 2016 GOP nomination — putting Trump second only to Bush (31 percent) and ahead of Walker (16 percent). Overall, 40 percent of Americans believe Bush will grab the Republican nomination, while 18 percent say the former “Celebrity Apprentice” host will win.
Yeah I know people said he would burn out and he’s a side show but guess what, Americans are flocking to him and there’s nothing the GOP can do but get on board and support him if he wins the nomination but that’s a long way off.
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H/T – CNN/ORC national survey