Minnesota Poll – Trump Considered Most Electable and Beats Hillary Clinton in Head-to-Head….

A republican has not won Minnesota since 1972.  However, if things stay as they are today, Trump wins the primary and would defeat Hillary Clinton in the general election:

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton greets a supporter following her address at the 18th Annual David N. Dinkins Leadership and Public Policy Forum at Columbia University in New York

trump v clinton MN

(Via KTSP) Hillary Clinton appears to be the favorite to win the Democratic presidential nomination, but she has a lot of work to do if she’s going to carry Minnesota in the general election. 

According to our exclusive KSTP/SurveyUSA poll, Clinton trails four of the six leading contenders for the Republican nomination.

If the election were held today, Clinton would trail Ben Carson 50-41 percent, Marco Rubio 47-41 percent, Carly Fiorina 45-41 percent and Donald Trump by a 45-42 percent margin. Clinton is in a virtual tie with Jeb Bush, with Bush leading 44-43 percent. She leads Ted Cruz 46-41 percent.

The poll of 516 registered voters statewide has a margin of error of +/-4.4 percent. It was conducted Oct. 29 to Nov. 2.

“It’s a long time from Election Day, but as a snapshot it’s bad news for Hillary Clinton,” Larry Jacobs, of the University of Minnesota Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, said.

Jacobs says Clinton appears to be suffering from her association with President Barack Obama who has a 37 percent approval rating in the same poll.

Another potentially troubling sign for Clinton is that she does poorly among independent voters. She trails among those key voters in match-ups with five of the six GOP leading contenders included in our survey.  (read more)

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101 Responses to Minnesota Poll – Trump Considered Most Electable and Beats Hillary Clinton in Head-to-Head….

  1. Mr.Right says:

    Hillary as no way to go but down.. what are people going to learn about this woman that will improve her image? nothing…

    Cant wait for 2016 and see the fireworks Trump will unleash before the general election…

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  2. Hetter SteelStroke says:

    Discounting the Knicker, Illegal vote who the hell will vote for Killary?

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  3. i just cannot believe Carjack’s polls are that high ANYWHERE.

    according to a many of us and LAME CHERRY BLOG states how, Ben Carjack’s polls are all fake:

    Ben Carson’s polls are fraud. I have proven that, and the latest out of North Carolina showing him with a 15 point lead is pure bullshit. I will inform you how it was accomplished, as these little piss ant reporters who are forced to turn out this propaganda, always have to confess their sins, as lying does bother these liberals when it is their reputation on the line.

    Carson’s numbers were polled as GOP voters and the caveat slipped in as “likely GOP voters”.
    Well who in the hell is a likely GOP voter? Why that would be a TransNegroid Obama voter. Let me explain how this works in this bogus commissioned poll.

    So you have the real GOP vote which has like Donald Trump at 75% in super majority. So the Carson frauds expand the sample, based on Facebook tracking of blackness. So you get the GOP voters who are Republicans, and then you infuse that with liberal Obama democrat voters, who are likey to vote GOP in order to cast another racial vote for a black man. That is how you get a 15 point spike for Carson, as what the polling sample really is, is Carson Afroids making up 50% of the polling sample in blacks, and 50% of GOP voters. You mix that group together and you get Carson “ahead in the polls”.
    It would be the same if the pollsters used Nielsen ratings in who watched The Apprentice.

    No one is pointing any of this out. I would believe that Mr. Trump is wise to what is going on, and realizes his immense lead, and prefers to not waste money in the primary run up, and has factored in, it is a more astute position to be in, to not have people smearing him daily, as Rubio, Cruz, Carson and Bush are instead the bad press targets.

    So you can add another poll to the Fraud of Ben Carson.

    FULL ARTICLE HERE: http://lamecherry.blogspot.com/2015/11/ben-carson-polling-fraud.html

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    • robertnotsowise says:

      “Tard Cartard” i laughed out loud

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    • SharonKinDC says:

      Lame Cherry seems preoccupied by race. Looking through the data on the Elon poll, it wasn’t an oversampling based on race, but other demos which disproportionately favor Carson: educational and Income levels, along w/ age.

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    • WOW. That is absolutely mind-blowing! I had figured out a bunch of ways that they are skewing polls, but I had not thought of this one.

      https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beg_a_question

      This is one of the most basic fallacies. They are ASSUMING the result they want and then using that assumption to build the test. And to finish the job, they hide the assumption with verbal camouflage – “likely GOP voters”.

      To approach this in science – meaning if this was an honest scientific investigation – one would state openly that a big and very poorly understood variable is how many black Democrats are going to cross over for Ben. And while we realize that we have to MAKE assumptions about what will happen to test for their necessary result, we do it all the while admitting they are assumptions, and guarding against their escaping our control, every step of the way. But NOOOO. They build in the result they want, and reap the obvious numbers they want out of it. And presumably they can hide some of their sins in the “plus or minus” (doesn’t even deserve to be called a margin of error – more like a margin of deception!)

      FUDGE FACTOR!!!!!

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    • winky says:

      Monique…thanks for posting article from Lame Cherry…I had read another from him where he actually went through the states and none were over 4%. Wish I knew how to post a full article like you have but I am just not that computer savvy!!.

      He wrote another really good article on October 31st called “Shadow Gate”….where he talks about emails between Huma Abedin and Cheryl Mills and a certain Secret service agent who was covering for Clinton on other business which he claims are serious crimes. If you can post it I believe it is an important story to have everyone read. Would love to have Trumps people be aware of it too. Thanks

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    • rodney says:

      LameCherry did a fine analysis of Carson’s polling which had bothered me from the beginning given his Democratic positions.

      I also agree with LC’s view of Breitbart – they’ve been pushing Carson’s phoney polls from day one(in the hope of sideling Trump to make room for Cruz). Both TPP and Carson’s support for PR statehood aren’t even mentioned on BB anymore.

      IMO BB has went over to the dark side. They aren’t even attempting to be honest or conservative any longer, Shapiro is just running typical GOP red herring social issues now to keep readers angry and distracted.

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      • Sentient says:

        Maybe if Trump would promise to nuke Iran and arm Sunnis in Syria, Shapiro would come around.

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      • MissV says:

        Yes, I read what LC wrote about BB at the bottom of the Carson fraud polling piece. I was surprised and gratified to read it.
        It’s been driving me nuts that BB would not print the Carson supports TPP story and now I understand why.
        You stated it very well – BB’s gone over to the dark side.

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    • Doodahdaze says:

      I found this. Funny. Media finds long lost third Blues Brother.


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    • Attorney says:

      Indeed, I like Carson personally but over the weekend I think he has been shown to be rather unfit for POTUS. Or even as a VP candidate.

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      • John Galt says:

        Carson went full retard. Previously, one had to go to some limited effort to apprise themselves of Carson’s absurd policies. Now they can’t be avoided. Throw in his history as a snake oil salesman and Carson should be polling at about 2%.

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      • zadatn says:

        I tried to give Carson the benefit of the doubt. But, I do believe he has being “embellishing” his life story. Saw this on his twitter account. His brother is an aeronautical engineer, not a rocket scientist. https://twitter.com/realbencarson/status/473541122128887810

        Also, a recent clipping of a newspaper article came out which substantiates the bullying he did as a teenager. She was sick for many years for depression, took medication for the illness, then came down with Alzheimer’s.

        In my personal opinion, I think he was a mama’s boy, and in order to be seen as manly or like other boys, made up some real whoppers about getting into altercations. I do believe the part where he went after his mother with a hammer.

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      • i will go further. i think at his present condition he is unfit as even a doctor!

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    • noritadek says:

      Thank you Moni for the info. I knew something dirty was going on. It will not change my choice for president but I’m afraid some low info or highly influenciable people will and I guess that is what this guys are hoping for. Trump 2016!!!!🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

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    • boojum says:

      Don”t have computer skills to link, but take a look at today’s Lame Cherry post. Beginning of post makes excellent point on fishiness of Carson’s West Point story in regard to becoming a doctor.

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      • thanks boojum.

        Now, here’s a handy video that shows how to do a copy and paste of a web address (called a URL) for an article that you want to post, practice in an email or a word document, you’ll get it):

        How to Copy and Paste a URL (Web Address)

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      • LAME CHERRY POST 11-9-15

        “Ben Carson a Godlike Production”

        SNIPPET:
        “Ben Carson owes Americans an apology, if he had any decency, he would remove himself from the GOP, and stop acting like Hillary Clinton in being born to a coronation.”

        …My reason for writing this is to stop the godlike production of Ben Carson in “these hands”, the 20 hours of surgery and other nonsense, which has culminated now in the bizarre tale of a West Point scholarship, which West Point does not have, as one is appointed to West Point, and Carson lying to everyone that he did not enter the Army Academy as he wanted to be a doctor.
        That last part surprised me, as the Army is full of doctors. Many of whom were poor children, who signed up for ROTC in order for the military to pay for their education to become doctors, and then these graduates signed up for careers in the medical division the United States Military which has some of the premier facilities in the world such as Bethesda in Maryland.
        For medical professionals, the military is a unique theater of operation, as it allows for some of the most existential experience in trauma and rehabilitation there is, which a civilian would never be exposed to.

        So let us get that point, in Ben Carson is a liar. What he wanted to do was to get into Yale in his own self serving interests and a fabricated story about “General Westmoreland begging him to join West Point” was all about Ben Carson’s godlike production ego in feeding it, while besmirching the reputations of every Military physician, nurse, medic and corpsman.”

        FULL POST HERE: http://lamecherry.blogspot.com/

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  4. conservalicious says:

    Clinton in virtual tie with Jeb… I think this calls for a slight alteration of Jeb’s Logo.

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  5. rashamon says:

    Trump does not appear to be the type of candidate that enters a race without due consideration and multiple counter plays. With the help of backgrounders such as Sundance, the odds are in favor of the Trump candidacy overcoming any perils he confronts.

    WHICH DOES NOT MEAN, the CTH should not offer all support. Let’s just not do anything stupid to give the LSM an opportunity to wedge in with one of their non-stories. I bought the Saturday NYT tonight to prove a bet not available with their on-line edition. DO I RUE THAT $2.50! It’s like…25 cents a page now.

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  6. justfactsplz says:

    I don’t even want to try and imagine how low Hillary will stoop to try and beat Trump. The Clinton’s are evil. It won’t do her any good. Trump has the majority of supporters. I can’t wait for the landslide victory.

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  7. czarowniczy says:

    Hey, Donald, do not, under any circumstances. go jogging in any out-of-the-way DC parks or drive through any Little Rock intersections.

    Liked by 4 people

  8. disgustedwithjulison says:

    While KSTP is probably the closest poll to being fair in the Land of 10,000 lakes, add at least 10 points to Trump’s numbers. Polls are always way off up here. Never, ever, even think about trusting a StarTribune poll. Trump has my vote….and many others up here.

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    • Sentient says:

      There are a lot of evangelicals (and other Christians) here in MN who like Carson’s demeanor, though. It’s a long time until the March 1 open caucus, and I expect that Carson will have bowed out by then.

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  9. Arkindole says:

    42-50% of these respondents would also respond to SpongeBob, Karl Marx, Ted Bundy, Walter E. Kurtz. You get the point…They are the clueless masses positively identified by Waters World; aka: lofos/nofos. Put any name on a survey question and you get this result.

    Bus em in to the polling station…

    See what voting rights buys you now?

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  10. Daniel says:

    Won’t they PLEASE just throw her in jail?

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  11. NHVoter says:

    If the Democrats lost Minnesota in the general election it would be game over.

    My unpopular opinion is that Trump should drop the attacks on Rubio’s credit card. Instead he should go after him on his relationship with Braman, his H1B visa support (he’ll have to attack Cruz on this too since he also wants a massive increase of those workers) & more on his long held amnesty stance.
    slowly walks away

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    • Notmeagain says:

      Mentioning the credit cards is a way to slip in “He’s living beyond his means,” the real point. Not only is that a character flaw and a bad habit for a CEO, it sets up discussion for future connections to Rubio’s supporters.

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    • Athena the Warrior says:

      Those weren’t Rubio’s credit cards. He fraudulently used the FL GOP credit cards for personal uses such ad a family reunion, home flooring, etc.

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      • flawesttexas says:

        Correct…Rubio was using the GOP Credit Card…which is similar to, say, a company credit card. Trump should approach credit card issue like that

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    • Sentient says:

      IMO, Trump should hammer home 3 issues (in both the primary and the general):
      1) TPP – his opposition, in contrast to ALL of the other GOP’ers (and Hillary is lying).
      2) Border Wall – his pledge to complete it, the lack of a similar pledge from ALL others
      3) No to turning the USA into a bi-lingual country by admitting Puerto Rico as a state.

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  12. Attorney says:

    I think Trump is going to start polling even better. Carson, while a decent man, has really been shown to be not ready for prime time over the past several days. Puerto Rico, for instance. Views on the pyramids not being built by Egyptians. I really like the guy a lot, but no way for president. I would not even want him as Vice President at this point.

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  13. Centinel2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

    Hillary is just not liked or electable especially after Obama. Obama promised one thing and gave us something else and the medial cheered him on the entire time. Hillary follows in the came mode with the media supporting here promises so why would we not suspect that she would be the same and give us something we did not want — but she did?

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  14. joshua says:

    The Media Matters behind the scenes and financial supporters are muttering a rumor that Trump is merely a shill for Hilliary, so that he can knock out the other GOPe folks and she can win the national election…..maybe they are despirate…but this rumor could run off the independent fence sitters that are trying to decide if Trump is real or not….Worrisome…as they are preaching this story widely and like they are in the “know” in this deal…citing the Clinton’s attendance at Trump’s wedding and social familiarity with Trump…..also, Bill Clinton has been very quiet about Trump during the campaigns…

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    • stella says:

      There are Republican voters who believe this, based on comments on other social sites/political sites.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Doodahdaze says:

        Those could be part of a scam to get the ball rolling on an attack. Seminar comments.

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      • Notmeagain says:

        There are the shills for all the opposing candidates who say this and there are secondary shills or concern trolls who reinforce the original comment. All I can say is, it’s a world of illusion out there, these polls too, everyone is fighting blind.

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        • stella says:

          Does that include the ones I know? Because they aren’t trolls. Don’t ignore what you see, just because you want to. There is a belief – a strong one – that Trump is a shill for Hillary. I don’t believe it, but plenty of people do.

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          • mariner says:

            I can understand why some can believe Trump is shilling for Hillary.

            I don’t believe it either, and I pray to God we’re right.

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          • Notmeagain says:

            Hiding in a bubble of optimistic denial is the last thing I’d do, even though even insinuating that some people do that has led to my being called a concern troll or an eeyore for not getting with the program.
            When you see someone with his brains spilling out, as I have, which way is the way to go? “He’s hopeless, I won’t touch that” or “Let’s get his nose out of the mud even if it looks hopeless” or “I know CPR so we are saved!”

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    • Doodahdaze says:

      MM is a source for many MSM’s.

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    • Notmeagain says:

      They were in place to start saying that at the very beginning. Against that, there is a large and well-organized YouTube collection of Trump moments back to 1980 (which also seems to have sprung up like a field of mushrooms), and it’s full of conservative moments. And contrary to the meme the HillShills are pushing, Trump has plenty of bad things to say about her that could be quoted too. Her reaction to him will eventually sway some, but first he has to be nominated.

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    • Athena the Warrior says:

      They have been saying this almost as soon ad hr announced his campaign. I guess they are reviving this since nothing else has worked.

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    • Athena the Warrior says:

      Which is one of the reasons why he has always said that he knows everyone and gets along with everyone.

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  15. Mike says:

    Bill is well advised to zip the lip. He is off his game since the heart surgery, and he will always need special favors to stay out of trouble.

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  16. NCPatrick says:

    Something interesting at 9:30 a.m. Monday EST .. Glenn Beck opened his show this morning by reading grim news from London papers about an imminent financial collapse, and then went into Sweden being the present rape capital of the world thanks to the migrants and then concluded with a prediction of race riots sweeping our country. In each of these areas Beck says … “in the minds of the American electorate, Donald Trump will be the candidate who could handle these serious issues best.”

    We all know Beck’s virulent attacks on Trump since he entered the race and how he’s mocked anyone who would even consider this “clown.” For the first time in several years Beck has sounded almost sane, but I thought it important enough to mention this morning. Let’s keep an eye on this.

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    • Sentient says:

      Maybe one of his employees finally got him to take his meds.

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    • Dora says:

      It sounds like both Beck and Chris Matthews know in their hearts that Donald Trump is the one we need, but they just don’t want to admit that. They may be on the verge though. Stay tuned.

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      • NCPatrick says:

        After posting Beck’s shocking comments, I happened to think of something quite pertinent to Beck’s softening position on Trump, and should have thought of it at the time! He is absolutely desperate to get the last Republican debate on his Blaze TV network and of course, without Trump, there’s no audience.

        Remember at the book introduction last week someone asked Trump if he’d be willing to do a debate on Blaze TV and Trump said, “Sure, sounds OK to me.” And Beck has been orgasmic ever since at the idea of possibly getting a huge audience for the floundering Blaze TV.

        So I think his comments this morning, while quite true enough, were really another effort to crawl back into Trump’s good graces, and so much for his deeply held beliefs. I love a guy who sticks to his guns. Ugh!

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        • Notmeagain says:

          🙂 The good thing is (for Beck) this is a sign of rationality. I think he has major mental issues and while I discount his opinions for that, I also can’t really pound on a sick man either.

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    • Juan says:

      The loon is just desperate for money. He will say anything to get funding … nothing he says is relevant.

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    • flawesttexas says:

      Beck saw his tanking ratings….

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  17. haha says:

    She only beats Bush? I must have missed this report on Fox News.

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  18. Honest Abbey says:

    Well, this certainly is surprising considering I, myself, have not personally run into a single person here in Minnesota who openly supports Donald Trump. Conversely, they all think I’m insane for supporting a racist jerk. Maybe they will start coming out of the woodwork now that the MSM opened up the floodgates. Keeping fingers crossed. X

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    • Sentient says:

      I understand, Abbey, but keep in mind that the same probably could have been said about W in 2000 & 2004, McCain in 2008 and Romney in 2012, but they managed to eke out general election showings of 45.5%, 47.61%, 43.82% and 44.96% respectively. If MN even comes close to voting for Trump in 2016, Wisconsin will definitely have gone for Trump – and probably Iowa, too. MN, WI & IA together have 26 EV’s (10, 10 & 6).

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    • Betty says:

      ‘I, myself, have not personally run into a single person here in Minnesota who openly supports Donald Trump.’

      That is not my experience here in Minnesota. Almost every person I know or meet casually supports Donald Trump or is leaning towards supporting him.

      I think Donald will win Minnesota and that means a landslide everywhere else.

      But still we need to aim to convert everyone we meet, wearing a Trump hat helps. You would be surprised how many thumbs up our nods of approval you get. Not to mention questions about Donald in check out lines and while walking down the sidewalk a great time to urge them to register as a republican so that they can vote in the primary.

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      • Honest Abbey says:

        Hi Betty! I’m shocked, but encouraged at the same time. I just got home from a three week hunting excursion with my husband. We both wore our Trump hats clear across Minnesota, South Dakota, up to North Dakota and about 200 miles into Montana and we got no reaction whatsoever. You would think we were wearing Pheasants Forever hats, that’s how invisible our Trump hats appeared to be. On another note, I kept my eye out for billboards and didn’t see a single political one of those either. Maybe it’s just far too early for these folks. Next October should tell a very different story!

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      • wanthetruth says:

        MN has a caucus not a primary. You’ll have to get more involved than to just go vote if you want to make a difference. It will be March 1st, I do believe – they voted to change the date last year.

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  19. nyetneetot says:

    Wait, didn’t I read somewhere that Hillary’s poll was only her and Bill answering questions and she still got just 42%?

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  20. silverlakela says:

    Bill Whittle on Trump

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  21. flova says:

    Carson s coming out fighting to ward off any more vetting–and believe me this guy is a radical leftist democrat(his words, not mine) from way back and there’s more skeletons in his closet than on Halloween. One of his best buddies and board members David W Bower gave 2 hUge donations to Obama in 2011 and ended up getting a $15 million IT contract from CMS .

    His long association with Armstrong Williams(they are a ‘package deal,’ said Carson a few months ago, should have every last conservative running to Trump.

    Oh and there’s a good chance he’s a leftist plant and Obama supporter:

    http://exzoom.net/2015/11/08/did-ben-carson-vote-for-obama/

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    • keebler AC says:

      How about his wife? Were they both lifelong democrats until Ben made a statement at a Prayer Breakfast meeting, and were then convinced by “others” to run as GOP? Ben does keep saying “others” are telling him to run. Then he views getting money and support from GOPe as “doors opening for him” and an answer from God.

      Ben practices magical thinking which is odd for a physician. He makes it seem as if all you have to do is pray and God gives you what you want. He pushes the meme that has hurt Christianity. Strangely, I find Ben detached from warmth and true understanding. He doesn’t seem to realize that telling a thief to go rob that cashier instead of him……wrong! He talks about the hammer, bricks and knives attacking others as if no shame or retribution in the acts are required. He’s very odd. He says a prayer and then operates on conjoined twins – did he care about the after effects?

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      • Doodahdaze says:

        His 30% ethanol plans will help outboard motor repair shops. They will be full. But it will get him some cornflake votes in Iowa.

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    • Doodahdaze says:

      He is a big government social issue guy. He wants control of the apparatus to push his whacky views.

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  22. Piper says:

    Went to Gatlinburg TN this weekend, wore my Trump sweatshirt, I always wear it to gage reactions. All I got were a lot of narrowed eyes and sour, hateful glances. Around my hometown I get 1out of probably 10 people who remark positively about it. The ones who DO say something are as passionate as I am, and they also sound a little desperate, as in “if we don’t win it’s over”.
    I think TN, especially east and west TN are still dumbocrat, and will remain so. We have a RINO repub governor who has soured everyone I think.

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  23. Doodahdaze says:

    The debate is soon. My bet is that Trump will hit Carson over the head with TPP. One of the best things about Trump is his wanting to re-open these deals and redo them in our favor with bi-lateral negotiations with other nations, rather than WTO blanket jurisdiction, and all the horrors that it leads us to.

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    • Sentient says:

      Trump should hit them all with Obamatrade (TPP). He should also hit Carson, Rubio & Jebito with statehood for Puerto Rico – which has a murder rate SIX TIMES that of the US national average. I don’t know where Grandpa Munster (Cruz) stands on PR statehood.

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    • John Galt says:

      Any question with numbers higher than 10 will crush Carson.

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  24. sam says:

    Team Trump should get hustling and do more rally. Carson is and Rubio is gaining on him in New Hampshire and South Carolina. No more SNL or less TV interviews. Also, seem like Trump has been less in the news lately and it’s hurting his poll numbers.

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    • Raffaella says:

      These polls are wrong. Very wrong. I have seen only those few pollsters that tend to screw results to show Carson ahead keep polling. All other pollsters that were more reliable are no longer polling. Very strange.

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      • sam says:

        South Carolina 2 weeks ago trump was at 38% and Carson 18%, no new poll from mammoth university show Carson 28% to Trump 27%. Something is off here, but note that every candidates is campaigning hard in New Hampshire and South Carolina.

        Team Trump need to step up their game in New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada to keep the momentum going. Iowa will be a hard battle also but its always is every election.

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  25. Raffaella says:

    These corrupt MSM:

    Real Clear Politics this morning showed this poll plus all the head to head match ups. Now several hours later, they have removed this poll that shows Trump is ahead and just left the head to head match ups that show Carson is doing better. The only other poll they have included today is the South Carolina poll showing Carson ahead by one point.

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    • Honest Abbey says:

      All weekend long, CNN kept referring to Ben Carson as “The Frontrunner” and each person said it with a straight face.

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      • Raffaella says:

        I am so sick of all MSM and specially the right wing media for pushing Carson so much. Rush has lost all credibility and all other talk shows as well for not mentioning that Carson is supporting TPP, amnesty and Puerto Rico.

        Washington examiner every day has a huge banner stating if ever Carson is one point ahead of Trump but ignore any and all polls where Trump is ahead.

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