Clout Research Poll – Donald Trump Leads With 40%, Leads Among All Key Demos, Ethnicity, Age, Gender, Religious Affiliations…

A poll conducted by Clout Research for World Net Daily (full pdf below) shows candidate Donald Trump with a commanding lead amid all major demographics.  The poll also contains a small sample of Democrats (19), Independents (61), as well as Republican (365) voters.

It should be noted that generally speaking, when considering content coverage, WND has a favorable lean toward Senator Ted Cruz.  The result below is from the Republican respondents:

A review of the poll internals show Donald Trump leading with all religious affiliations. In addition Trump leads all ideologies except “strongly conservative” (far right) which favor Ted Cruz.  Hence, more statistical affirmation of what most already accept:  Donald Trump, like Ronald Reagan, is a center-right candidate.

Candidate Trump does very well with minorities attracting 40% of polled sample only exceeded by Ben Carson who achieved 50% – and also doing well with Latinos at 45%.

However, Clout Research makes the familiar mistake of using the term “Hispanic” to identify “Race”.  The preferred term to solicit a more accurate poll ID would be to provide the option of “Latino”.  Hispanic can, at times, be considered a disparaging term because it lumps Mexicans with Puerto Rican, Cuban, Hispaniola, Central and South American populations.

Here’s the full poll data:

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216 Responses to Clout Research Poll – Donald Trump Leads With 40%, Leads Among All Key Demos, Ethnicity, Age, Gender, Religious Affiliations…

  1. Doodahdaze says:

    Uh Oh. Jeb has surged. To 6%.

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  2. Sentient says:

    Trump leading all demographics except snake handlers and Canadians.

    Liked by 11 people

    • varangia says:

      Actually the snake handlers in the Appalachians probably support him.

      Liked by 3 people

    • John Galt says:

      “strongly conservative” = like government subsidies, open borders, amnesty, exporting jobs to China and snake handlers.

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      • conservativehippie says:

        right. so conservative they’ve circled back around to being like the leftists.

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      • daughnworks247 says:

        Do you ever get the feeling that if Cruz’s religion were removed from the equation, his supporters would never vote for his policies?
        Why are these supporters so blinded?

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        • SharonKinDC says:

          It really is odd… B/C he does have some dodgy issues, which I know they do not support, such as mass H-1B increase & TPP & anchor baby abuse of 14th. Many had issues w/ Obama’s NBC status. Now no questions on Canadian Ted, who revoked CN citizenship, which begs Q’s about US citizenship/NBC status.

          Trump put global persecution of Christians out there in a way no other candidate has. Cruz and Trump both say gay marriage is 10th amendment issue. Abortion is the same re PP and exceptions. Both are a Legislative issues, POTUS can’t do much. Both agree w/ PP investigation, neither will target Christian bakers. Trump would sell any action on either to the public better.

          Ted HAS done great things. Most recently, looking to declare MB a supporter of terrorism. LEGISLATIVE. Cruz’s ‘victories’ ad are all court cases. POTUS isn’t the US Solicitor General. ZERO emphasis on EXECUTIVE skills/abilities…likely because there is little to show.

          Christians who want to see less persecution of their religion in general, including globally, surely realize, without a country-which the globalists are pushing, the two big social issues don’t stand a chance?

          Cruz 1st, Trump 2nd friends & a couple don’t like Trump, period, are good people. All are aware of other pressing issues. All know a guy whose support is in narrow channel with very religious Christian conservatives with weak support outside of that demo, isn’t a good candidate to win the general. Do Cruz firsters want a martyr for social issues? If the race was a movie, Trump supporters looking for the unlikely, flawed hero, who WINS against all odds. An Everyman whose greatness only becomes realized based on reaction to extraordinary challenges. Do Cruz supporters prefer for the tragic hero, noble, flawless, who dies, without success, purity intact? Hell with that! I want to WIN!

          More flawed hero who wins vs. noble hero who dies:
          DT: supporters know and accept ‘flaws’, including his 2000 foray into support for existing ‘assault weapon ban’ (he disagreed w/ definition of ‘assault weapon’ though) and single payer, which Heritage was promoting at the time. Married 3x, w/ the second happening after infidelity to #1. Certainly human.
          TC: frequent denial or excuse making for 14th amendment/anchor babies, reluctance to embrace wall, deportation, TPA, H1-B, grandstanding when zero chance of success…and said stunts likely poisoned well to persuade Senate support on issues in future. YET, the same people will say he’s the ‘only TRUE conservative’.

          ITrump’s pro-American stances arguably are more ‘conservative’ than Cruz’s, but he doesn’t come across as a pious hero. In fact, he is at pains to avoid that label.

          I am not looking for the second coming in a President. Just one who puts Americans and the Nation first and fights like a Honey Badger on behalf of both.

          IDK. It’s a puzzle. Sorry for the long post, I’ve spent way too much time thinking about it… and have been frustrated by the situation.

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          • mibones says:

            Bravo! The best articulation of my thoughts that I have read. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.

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          • Rudy Bowen says:

            Thank you. You expressed my own frustrations with the situation, I’ll just say ‘ditto’.
            My one fear about Trump vs. Cruz in the hearts and minds of Americans is that Cruz will end up dragging Trump down just enough to deny him the nominations.
            The fear is made acute because of the last two elections, no, the last six elections if truth be told.

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          • kenramsey says:

            Your post was long but not even close to too long, it was great. It did manage to miss the one huge Cruz mistake that I just can’t get over. He voted for the Corker-Cardin deal. ??? Protecting the Constitution is supposed to be this guy’s amazing bulletproof armor suit, his huge selling point. That Corker vote turned the Treaty Clause on its very head, it is unconstitutional from a mile away, not to mention what danger it brought with the Iran Nuke Deal it was built to guarantee. How in the world did only Sen. Cotton vote against that?

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          • Notmeagain says:

            In my opinion, there are indeed many people who think they would rather have no country or rather vote for a martyr candidate rather than give up on their principles. Every election they are out there on blogs saying they can’t possibly vote for someone who doesn’t get on his knees daily, and they are absolutely sure that some candidates do that and others never would. Every election there are recriminations from others about how the picky ones are sinking everybody by not being team players. So we get all this pandering which only adds to the arguing because obviously a lot is hypocritical.

            But it isn’t just the conservatives arguing over religion. The lefties have their own purity tests. Yet the left usually manages to rally around their party, while the right gets split over their principles.

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        • USA Patriot says:

          Talk Radio GOPers.

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        • justfactsplz says:

          I wish these supporters would do a little research on Ted’s “religion”. It would change their minds about him.

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      • KitKat says:

        “strongly conservative” = vote for Hillary before Trump

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    • Mike says:

      Trump is doing poorly amongst dyed-in-the-(red)wool Obamunists. They really hate him.

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  3. Sentient says:

    #CanadianSnakeHandlers4Cruz

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    • boutis says:

      I know a couple who attend a “snake handler” type church and they are for Trump! While some church members listen to their “preacher” a lot don’t especially when it comes to politics. The general thinking is often that preachers are not “worldly” enough to understand the grit and grind of business, economics, and politics. Trump will win the deacon vote. As an example a local pastor was out volunteering all kinds of stuff for the poor border hoppers last year. The deacons put the kibosh on that real fast and not another word out of him about giving away congregation money for illegals and criminals.

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      • Bruce Fauth says:

        If you ever have to listen to the clergy talk politics, and the IRS followed the rule of law (like that is going to happen), then you no longer attend a tax-exempt religious institution to which your contributions would be tax deductible.. I know it would make for bad press for the IRS (like we really care), but it is strictly forbidden for such “charities” to engage in political activity. That includes speaking for or against any candidate for any office.

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        • parteagirl says:

          I believe that under the law, the only thing a pastor/clergy can not do is endorse a candidate. But social and political issues, like abortion, and even allowing a candidate to speak during a church service is permissible as long as they do not openly solicit votes.

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          • parteagirl says:

            Just to illustrate, I volunteered for the US congressional campaign of a conservative pro-life black pastor. He often spoke at large mega churches during their services, and while he did not say “Vote for me” he was allowed to say, “It is time we vote our biblical values and not our political party.” That line always got huge applause, even though he unfortunately lost.

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        • texasmama6 says:

          The law is not nearly so restrictive as it has been made out to be. Churches are considered to be educational organizations and have a fairly wide range of permisseable political activity allowed them. To keep their tax exempt status, religious leaders can’t tell their congregations how to vote, invite a candidate to speak without making that opportunity available to all the candidates, or use church resources to benefit a political campaign. Leaders can discuss issues and candidates in a nonpartisan manner at official functions and are free to discuss their personal views outside official functions or publications.

          This is from an IRS publication:

          Individual Activity by Organization Leaders
          The political campaign intervention prohibition is not intended to restrict free expression on political matters by leaders of organizations speaking for themselves, as individuals. Nor are leaders prohibited from speaking about important issues of public policy. However, for their organizations to remain tax exempt under section 501(c)(3), leaders cannot make partisan comments in official organization publications or at official functions of the organization.<>

          https://www.irs.gov/Charities-&-Non-Profits/Charitable-Organizations/The-Restriction-of-Political-Campaign-Intervention-by-Section-501(c)(3)-Tax-Exempt-Organizations

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        • Sandhill says:

          Well ole Rev Wright spoke quiet forcefully using names about who he liked and disliked. Wonder why the IRS ignored his highly charged political opinions. Oh, I forgot. It is Politically Correct to openly to support the socialist dems agenda but hell hath no fury like the IRS going after a Christian church that supports conservative social issues from the pulpit.

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        • annieoakley says:

          The mosques are all 501c3 tax exempt. All they preach is political.

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  4. margarite1 says:

    Jeb Challenges Trump to Debate – Trump Posts Photo of Jeb Picking Nose
    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2015/12/jeb-challenges-trump-to-debate-trump-posts-photo-of-jeb-picking-nose/?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter

    One thing is NOT in doubt – we have NEVER seen an election like this and won’t again. I can’t stop laughing!

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    • Dems B. Dcvrs says:

      If only GOPe was on our side, they would quit working against Trump, Carson, and Cruz.
      If only RiNoCs were on our side, they would quitting shoving Jeb down our throats.

      There is little doubt that GOPe / RiNoCs would rather Killary win, than lose their stranglehold on us.

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      • Bill says:

        It’s good they’re not on our side. We want them out and open with their treason against the people. Not pretending they are with us whilst they slither in more PRICCs (Progressive Republicans in Conservative Clothing).

        The GOPe against Trump only makes him stronger.

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      • Benson II says:

        Carson is going by the wayside and I’m happy it’s happening sooner rather than later. He was never a viable candidate for president. Nothing he has done in his life no matter how laudable has prepared him to lead us out of the horrible mess we now have. Cruz was my choice in the beginning because lets face it there was no one else but my support was given with a nagging uneasy feeling about his views on immigration and illegals. When Trump entered the race I was reluctant to support him in the beginning. All reluctance gone shortly thereafter because I saw clearly he is the only thing that stands between us and total destruction.
        Trump/2016

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  5. furtiveadmirer says:

    Kudos to Schlonging- You wouldn’t be here without it!

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  7. Dems B. Dcvrs says:

    Trump only has a 40% lead?
    Clearly time for Trump to drop out.

    /snark

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  8. yakmaster2 says:

    Yoh, Hilary’s getting serious now. She’s trottin’ out the goat. The Billy goat, ready to put a butt-hurt on The Donald.

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  9. margarite1 says:

    I wonder if getting through the primaries will be tougher for Trump than the general election. A lot of these supporters might not get themselves registered as GOP so they can vote for him in the primary and obviously the GOPe will be pulling out all the stops they can think of to stop Trump. This also could be incredibly rough at the convention. Jeb may be a good laughing stock but there’s a lot of cunning people behind him.

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  10. I sure hope rank & file Republicans don’t leave the party in disgust over the omnibus spending bill. In order to purge these traitors from the party, we must remain in it. We need to convince everyone who supports Donald Trump to register as Republicans in time to vote in their states’ primaries.

    Donald Trump’s numbers are fantastic, but he could still lose the nomination if we don’t remain steadfast & resolute.

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    • Benson II says:

      I agree it’s no time to get all bad tempered and emotional about being called a Republican. We need to take advantage of every opportunity. Does the Republican party care if you get all snarky and turn Independent. I doubt it. If your state requires you have a party affiliation to vote in the primaries you better be a registered Republican if you want to support Trump.

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    • USA Patriot says:

      To Fairest: Proven Globalist and slippery Ted Cruz is being pushed by National and local Talk Radio and Fox News falsely as the only pure conservative and many naive conservatives still consider them Gospel — this is Trump’s only danger.

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    • Notmeagain says:

      Isn’t sticking with a corrupt party in order to run the rascals out sort of like buying stock in a company prior to a hostile takeover? (serious question, business deals and stock are an enigma to me)

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  11. Sundance is a much better writer than BOB UNRUH. Just got done reading his article at WND and he starts off with an ok title using the term “minorities,” Ok. But then he goes on to list categories of Americans not by race, but by SKIN COLOR (white, black); then by language/culture (Hispanic); and then by continent (Asian). Just wondering why it’s colors for white and black but language for Hispanics and continent for Asians?

    Actually the real wonder is why it’s done at all?

    No other country categorizes its citizens by skin color nor these other categories. In addition, skin color is not even a race. And why would anyone categorize North American citizens as an Eastern continent of “Asia?”

    America is ONE nationality, and ONE people. If America is every to heal its racial divide, which BTW GOT WORSE UNDER OBAMA BECAUSE HE & HIS ADMIN ACTUALLY FOCUSES ON SKIN COLOR, this categorizing Americans by skin color, by language or culture, and ridiculously by CONTINENT has got to STOP.

    Otherwise US will be perpetually in a DIVIDED STATE of America.

    Could be why nationalism is so hard to embrace. Could be why many sub groups of Americans don’t feel pride in America. One foot on the soil, one foot in another world, culture, or CONTINENT? Voting blocks of these categories? US even has churches based on race now.

    I look forward to a TRUMP ADMINISTRATION when we can all be Americans, ONE NATION, ONE PEOPLE. As ONE NATIONALITY, unless a person is a dual citizenship, ok, but most Americans don’t and if they do when they are here in USA they live American.

    For so long we have been caught under a blanket of deception, crippled by POLITICAL CORRECTNESS that we just sound insane. And Unruh’s article is a very good example. Only thing worse would be if he used all colors: white, black, brown, yellow, but that would be incorrect as well since those are skin colors and not races!

    I don’t remember in Regan days anyone ever being so focused on skin color or race. I’ve been gone for several years and I don’t even remember it being like how it is now before I left.

    OBAMA SURE BROUGHT THE WRONG KIND OF CHANGE!

    Healing will come slow. BUT O DEAR LORD GOD LET IT COME, WE CANNOT LIVE LIKE THIS! A divided house cannot stand.

    Glad Trump is doing good with ALL AMERICANS!

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    • TAS says:

      MQMC….TR put it in perspective many years ago…….

      In the first place, we should insist that if the immigrant who comes here in good faith becomes an American and assimilates himself to us, he shall be treated on an exact equality with everyone else, for it is an outrage to discriminate against any such man because of creed, or birthplace, or origin. But this is predicated upon the person’s becoming in every facet an American, and nothing but an American…There can be no divided allegiance here. Any man who says he is an American, but something else also, isn’t an American at all.
      We have room for but one flag, the American flag…
      We have room for but one language here, and that is the English language…and,
      We have room for but one sole loyalty and that is a loyalty to the American people.

      Theodore Roosevelt 1907

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    • be says:

      God given freedom to all.. volition

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    • Notmeagain says:

      I am so in agreement. Wonder how much this division by hyphenation goes on in other countries. Yet I have to say I have seen some serious discrimination by skin color in Sri Lanka, and somewhat in India. Maybe due to British influence or something older.

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  12. I enjoy seeing these numbers but I sure would like to see the sample sizes in all the polls increased to a minimum of 1000 if not 2000+. The larger the sample, the more accuracy they would show and more faith we could have in them. I, both, don’t want to be lied to nor do I want smoke blown up my butt!

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    • AmyB says:

      Oh come on, Michael! They keep telling us that if we don’t want smoke blown up our butts then something is wrong with us. We must be low class and undereducated; in essence, vulgarians. I mean, we’ve taken it thus far, so what gives?

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      • boutis says:

        The Mexican hordes from last summer is what I think. People were grousing about Obamacare disaster but they kept the message tight that it would be great and how can you deny insurance (Medicaid they meant) from the poor! The economy was faltering but hey try harder and go back to school for a job that will never exist! Eco and green Power and the public gets to pay for it for private companies! And on and on but the media and uni-party just keep saying it is all great if you would just educate yourselves and not be so stupid. Then the border hordes streaming in, making obscene gestures, making US Border agents do nothing but change dirty diapers for criminals, act like housekeepers at $45,000+ per year instead of throwing felons in the jail like they are trained, pay to bus them and house them and medically treat them and feed them and school them. ON OUR MONEY!!!! That I believe is when it all fell apart and the same thing is happening in Europe with Merkel’s illegal alien hordes. It is a tipping point or a preference cascade. They, media and elites, cannot stop it but only try to slow it down so they can retrench.

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    • Doodahdaze says:

      1200 is a good number to poll for a low MOE.

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  13. furtiveadmirer says:

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  15. criticalbill says:

    OUTSTANDING…I cannot think of a time when an election would decide the survival of the country..as it was intended by the founding fathers. Or am I being over dramatic?

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  16. Solomon Folks says:

    Here exists a very clear opening for Trump. On of the dirty secrets of the Democratic Party is the hate between the gay and lesbian community and the black community. This rift was exposed via Obama and his initial religious-based comments on gay marriage. The rift turned cavernous during the vote against gay marriage in the state of California. Exit polling showed it was religious African-Americans that killed the initiative. Trump can leverage this by just merely speaking on the topic.

    I’ve been on the sidelines but seeing the “revolution” I will share my insider knowledge. Do what you will with it.

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    • yakmaster2 says:

      Soloman, I have read that there are those, like Rev. Wright, who work to keep gay black men on the “down low” by helping them find ‘wives’ so they are more acceptable in their communities. I have also noticed the msm celebrating Black gay and lesbian activists more and more, so I tend to believe what you’re saying. Since the Dems need the votes/support of the Black and Hispanic community, but Dem Elites embrace LGBT activism, it makes sense they would like to make the PUBLIC narrative seem as if there’s harmony between LGBT and minoritity communities. In fact, Dem elitists, LGBT activists, and the msm have sought to put LGBT rights on equal footing with the Civil Rights Movement.

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    • Trumped says:

      Good info but its always wiser to rather overemphasize the “normal” family.
      On the other hand he might come out on topics like no gender neutral restrooms etc.

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    • dick8johnson says:

      God goes up to the soul about to be put into circulation, and say’s, I’ve got good news and bad news.
      Soul say’s: What’s the good news?
      God say’s: You’re going to a open minded family that’s willing to adopt.
      Soul say’s: What’s the bad news?
      God say’s: You’re gonna be homosexual, and black

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  17. Centinel2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

    There are really only four candidates left in the race Trump, Cruz Rubio and Carson with two possibles long shots Bush and Christie. All the rest have no chance.

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    • Sentient says:

      I’d leave Christie and Carson out. Frankly, I’d leave Cruz out, too. He has no way to get 1,236 delegates and – as with Trump – if he comes up short, GOPe would hand it to Bush or Rubio. So there are really at most three possible nominees: Trump, Bush and Rubio, with Rubio being the longest shot.

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      • USA Patriot says:

        The GOPe will settle for Cruz “if necessary” — why not, same big money globalist donors? But absolutely no Trump — no Patriots allowed in the UniParty Country Club, it’s that simple.

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        • USA Patriot says:

          Secret: Slippery Ted will give his delegates to GOPe favorite if he comes short. Ted is for “me too Trump” only for his votes not for Donald’s policies. Pastor Ted is slicker than slick.

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        • Trumped says:

          Right now they would settle for anyone but Trump. I guess that Cruz, Rubio adn Bush will stay in the race until the end. Their goal is probably to take away as much delegates as possible even if they cant get a majority for a single person.
          Their goal surely is the brokered convention. They are very quiet about it in the last weeks..for a reason. Only exit strategy for the uniparty.

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      • Karmy says:

        Rubio is not eligible. He is an anchor baby so why is he even in this race!

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  18. JRD says:

    “Politics is downstream from culture.” – Andrew Breitbart
    http://www.breitbart.com/big-hollywood/2011/08/22/politics-really-is-downstream-from-culture/

    Culture influences politics, and in ways the Left has understood for a long time. The Right has sat idly by and done nothing.

    Trump has been in people’s living rooms for 15 seasons on the Apprentice.
    Reagan was in their living rooms on GE Theater and Death Valley Days.

    The left wasn’t able to smear them before they could gain any traction like they do to other Republicans.

    Trump’s ace in the hole is all those low information voters who watch the Apprentice will finally be voting on the Republican side instead of the Democrat.

    No other GOP candidate has that advantage.

    It is an insurmountable advantage.

    Coupled with the fact that Hillary just does not have the “it” factor and is not a likeable person.

    Nobody can beat Trump, no one.

    Slam dunk!

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  19. yy4u says:

    I want to know who are the 6% who support Jebbush. Have y’all seen this bozo’s ads? I don’t know if they’re showing everywhere, but here in VA, we see them constantly. He calls Trump a “chaos” candidate, “cannot insult his way to the presidency” then touts his (Jeb’s) experience. Doing what? Sitting on a bank board waiting to get a chance to be Bush fils redux? His leadership experience? Lead us where? Right back into the Middle East or war with Russia. He’s a wimp and a dolt, the last person we need as president.

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  20. TwoLaine says:

    Everybody Must Get Schlonged!!!!! :)

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  21. TwoLaine says:

    Lion vs RINO’s. Oh My! :)

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  22. truthandjustice says:

    I’d also venture to say there are far more “far right” Christians that will vote for Trump. My family is about as “very” social Conservative as it comes. I don’t know if that’s considered “far right” or not – but anyway — I was talking to my son-in-law over the holidays (Dallas area) and he was asking me about who I thought would be the R nominee, etc. I’m about the only one “into” politics and I guess they think I should know – ha!
    They didn’t know much about Trump and tended to think “negatively” and surprised when I told them I liked Trump. I told them what we’ve learned here – donors, roadmap, etc – and in my view, Cruz was a fake.
    Surprisingly, my daughter immediately said she never did like him and agreed about how Trump says the things that need to be said. The next day my son-in-law told me I had convinced him about Trump and now rooting for him. They are very social /well liked and know a lot of people – both in real estate, college where he teaches and church. They’ll probably pass it on to them. I hope this is going on all over. Think we really need to pound on Cruz anyway though.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      GREAT Work!
      He’s as Conservative as they come!
      Getting the Job Done EARLY and Under Budget!

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      • TrumpsterinPA says:

        This is the “next phase”, I’ve been anticipating…time to close the deal!

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      • Bluto says:

        But…but…but…..he’s “The Chaos Candidate”! Huh? He’s has a budget?
        What? He’s planning ahead?
        Huh? He’s got a schedule? Duh? What’s he doing?

        /Jeb-tard mode

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        • TwoLaine says:

          Yeah, why do you think NBC hired him for 14 seasons? And if you believe all that Chaos Crap, you just got schlonged.

          He runs 500 businesses with his little finger, like plates all spinning above his head, just like he is spinning you. Deal with it Jebra! You’re getting schlonged!

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    • Rick says:

      Great job T & J! Imagine if everyone could convert two people to vote Trump & get them to the voting booth. We would have a 49 State landslide!

      The good news is what you did is very likely happening….hence, the Loud Majority!

      Happy New Year!

      TRUMP 2016

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  23. truthandjustice says:

    YAY – Drudge has picked this story up – that is good! And I saw this comment:

    Steve • 8 minutes ago
    My Hispanic wife and I have been wearing our Trump t-shirts every weekend and have spoken with many Hispanics and Blacks for Trump in the Tampa area. Whites are hardest to talk to and have problems with 2 educated articulate Hispanics for Trump. We take a lot of encouragement from this article.

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  24. Trump is at 40% ? ! Where is Bluto, clearly Trump HE’S FINISHED !

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    • Bluto says:

      Trump is going to start actually spending money on advertising. This will clearly ruin him.

      OMG! He’s Finished!!!

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      • Raffaella says:

        A Bush talking head on CNN just said that this means Trump is in trouble and a sign of weakness that he is spending money. He said with a straight face that Jebra is surging and Trump is fading. OMG these people don’t care if they look like the most stupid people on earth. LMAO.

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  25. truthandjustice says:

    Interesting — from The Iowa Republican:

    “Senator Ted Cruz’s presidential campaign is demanding that a radio ad being run by America’s Renewable Future be taken down because he says it’s inaccurate.

    The ad, entitled “Hypocrite,” states “Politicians like Ted Cruz support subsidies for big oil, but want to end support for ethanol.”

    Cruz was directly asked about how, in one breath he can oppose the RFS, but in the next, advocates for subsidies for the oil and gas industry.

    ….is Cruz a hypocrite for supporting over $65 billion in tax incentives for the gas and oil industry for the next ten years while at the same time advocating against a policy that encourages the use of a domestic fuel that’s cleaner for the environment that also doesn’t cost taxpayers anything?

    Yes, clearly Cruz has a double standard.

    It’s also somewhat ironic to listen to Cruz put a new twist on the argument that the government shouldn’t be picking winners or losers. In this case, he is talking about how the government should not take away something from the oil and gas industry. Ironically, this week the EPA implemented an administrative rule that subverted a law passed by Congress when it lowered the percentage of renewable fuels being blended from 15 to 10 percent.

    The EPA and the Obama administration seem to be picking the oil and gas industry as a winner while Iowa farmers and the renewable fuels industry are the big losers. On this issue, Senator Cruz is standing shoulder to shoulder with President Obama, the EPA, and his home state’s special interests.”

    http://theiowarepublican.com/2015/yes-cruz-is-a-hypocrite-when-it-comes-to-the-rfs-and-big-oil/

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    • Trumped says:

      Its hard to maintain the lawyer double speak in bright spotlight.
      Cruz is exposed. The more information about him and his Goldman Sachs / CFR / NAFTA / NAU wife is out the less support.

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  26. NJF says:

    hello all! i hope everyone had a fun and blessed christmas! i’ve been lurking amid all the wrapping, shopping, cooking and wine tasting!

    some great press over the last 2 days via FBN, especially by Dobbs & Varney.

    first, Dobbs extensively covered the shenanigans the RNC is trying to pull in VA with the “pledge” requirement for primary voters. ALL agreed that this move will be perceived as the RNC attempting t o “move the goal post” after the game has started.

    in a segment this morning Varney had a guest financial talking head who was asked to give his opinion regarding the candidate’s tax plans. Trump’s, according to him, would grow the economy by “leaps and bounds.” Shillary? “Well do we want to live in france?” LOL

    and lastly, everyone agrees that Billy Boy is fair game, and that Shillary will loose big time in this particular contest.

    makes me want to do a happy dance!!!!

    Its been a great couple of days for our future president!

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    • Betty says:

      “VA with the “pledge” requirement for primary voters.”

      I would accept signing their stinking oath as a badge of honor. I know I would be in good company since they forced Donald Trump to sign one too.

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  27. Frank O'Pinion says:

    This is not the Easter holyday. No miracle has occurred.

    Rubio and Cruz have not miraculously transformed into natural born U.S. citizens from their current naturalized citizenship status.

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  28. Frank O'Pinion says:

    This is not the Easter holy day. No miracle has occurred.
    Rubio and Cruz have not miraculously transformed into natural born U.S. citizens from their current naturalized citizenship status.

    Liked by 1 person

  29. truthandjustice says:

    Don’t remember if this was here already or not —-
    Roger Simon of PJ Media –
    How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love The Donald ..

    https://pjmedia.com/diaryofamadvoter/2015/12/25/learned-to-love-the-donald/?singlepage=true

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  30. 240grjhp says:

    Nothing But Clintons, All Bout Clintons, Clinton Broadcasting Service. The 3 networks explained.

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  31. In addition to 45% of Hispanics and 40% of blacks, Trump got 100% of Muslims (2 for 2). This seems too good to be true.

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  32. Betty says:

    Has everyone seen the Headline on Drudge – won’t tell to good to spoil.

    Liked by 4 people

  33. Nomadic100 says:

    Can anyone explain or defend Trump’s support for ethanol subsidies?

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    • pyromancer76 says:

      My take is that it is foolish to make a bald statement that one fuel source is more “evil” than another. Furthermore, an industry, a state income/tax source, jobs, and families lives are all at stake. Much more sensible to state that all subsidies should be carefully considered, and that their efficiency and productivity will be examined. This with a commitment to diminish — and finally end — all subsidies in a reasonable way, giving industries/people time to make the adjustment, but not so much time that the current Administration (President Trump) is out of office. Trump cares about people at the same time he wants the best deal. Is corn use for ethanol a “best deal”? Is ethanol additive to gasoline a “best deal”? Better to educate people about the fundamentals of the market and productive behavior than to smack them in the face with their “immorality”.

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    • Trumped says:

      Jobs, energy diversity and less foreign energy dependency.

      He isnt happy about the subsidies either. He visited some ethanol folks and said they are doing good work but was indicating there is always room for improvement.

      My take is; Ethanol would need less subsidies in a Trump economy.

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    • dick8johnson says:

      Crop Reduction Program! Farmers are paid not to farm
      American farmers could flood the market with corn, if they were allowed.
      Ethanol subsidies are pure pork, up against the Crop Reduction Program (CRP)

      Some of the waste Donald is talking about.

      Oil companies will say or do anything to maintain their stranglehold

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  34. sundance says:

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    • PremAmerica says:

      Hey that’s me:) Thanks Sundance!!

      Liked by 3 people

    • Trumped says:

      SD, I would be interested in why they attack each other. They are still all part of the establishment and attacking each other will draw support away to another candidate(maybe Trump).

      In a way this contradicts the roadmap(?)
      Maybe their tactical ties are rather loose and they still put their personal interests before the establishment?

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  36. jameswlee2014 says:

    Don’t be so quick to discount Bush. Today’s Reuters shows him clearing the “within the margin of error of zero” hurdle and closing in on “Wouldn’t Vote”. Jeb is on Fire!!!

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  37. DrRJP says:

    “It should be noted that generally speaking, when considering content coverage, WND has a favorable lean toward Senator Ted Cruz.”

    It should be noted that Sundance, when considering his reporting of polls, is a moron who doesn’t have a clue about math, statistics, and spouting nonsequiturs.

    JUST HOW BAD IS THIS SURVEY?

    It’s absolutely THE WORST, MOST MISLEADING POLL in history!

    Here’s the kicker that MAKES this survey a BAD JOKE:

    Trump received (wait for it) a total of TWELVE (12) people out of 445 choosing him.

    This survey also LIES about its margin of error. It’s not 3.35% – it’s 4.64%!

    AND that’s only for one comparison – not 35 of them (as was done under the heading of “Religion.”

    It’s impossible to make ANY statistical statements from this garbage.

    “The poll also contains a small sample of Democrats (19), Independents (61), as well as Republican (365) voters.”

    Try “Non-representative and irrelevant sample of Democrats and Independents.”

    BUT, if you think that’s small, how about all those counts of ZERO in the Crosstab table?

    A “Commanding lead” of 40%? Uh…no.

    The actual percentage is 37.8%, NOT 40%, and what that means is that 62.2% voted for someone OTHER THAN TRUMP!

    NOT “Commanding” by any stretch of the imagination.

    Here’s where they survey should have stopped because it only had a fraction of the sample size needed to do demographic breakdowns (which are rendered totally meaningless thanks to so few people responding within each subcategory).

    Disraeli said, “There are lies, damn lies, and Statistics.”

    This crap poll is chock full of damn lies and very little in the way of Statistics.

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