Missouri Poll – Donald Trump Leads With 33% Support and Highest Confidence Vote On All Key Issues….

The latest Missouri poll (full pdf below) is almost identical to the recent Nevada Poll. Actually, almost every state poll taken in the month of December is virtually the same, and in close alignment with national polls.

Donald Trump has held the top position in the polls for so long that many forget what the race looked like when it originally began.   Missouri provides us a great opportunity to glance back to the last polling taken in the state (PPP August).  Jeb was actually in second place.

Here’s the current poll data showing how dominant Donald Trump is with all of the issues.  By a wide margin Trump is crushing the field on all issues at the heart of voter interest and concern:

Here’s a historical look-back at how the race looked in Missouri in August of 2015:

( POLL DATA )

 

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78 Responses to Missouri Poll – Donald Trump Leads With 33% Support and Highest Confidence Vote On All Key Issues….

  1. georgiafl says:

    It would seem the Cruz campaign has experienced some of that ‘gravity’ that Teddy ‘Bear Hug’ Cruz predicted for Donald Trump.

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    • Martin says:

      His numbers will tank this month.

      Liked by 5 people

      • R-C says:

        It will be interesting to note how Cruz’s recent comments will be received in the next round of polling. He certainly didn’t extend his popularity in my circles–everyone pretty much expressed revulsion at his proselytizing.

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        • My Christian friends were really repulsed by his filming himself PRAYING. “Look at me, here I am praying with my family at the dinner table!” Was just TOO MUCH OVER THE TOP. Using the Name of Jesus to campaign for himself.

          FAIL!

          Liked by 14 people

          • Ray Caruso says:

            I guess Tundra Ted isn’t aware of what Jesus Christ said about the pharisees.

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          • SharonKinDC says:

            Good point. Besides needing several takes to look ‘real’ (which it didn’t) Does anyone who knows who Cruz is not know he’s severely religious?

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          • Mr Randy says:

            It may be that a Dormant seed needs watering and nurturing. That will be so special, will someone help me with a watering can, please. Where Two are gathered in HIS NAME……………GREAT things happen. Thank you MoniQueMoniCat.

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        • starfcker says:

          Let’s review the Iowa situation. The cruz surge only makes sense to leftists that believe those crazy Christians in Iowa are so inbred and stupid that they fall under the spell of a snake oil salesman as fast as you can say Jesus Christ. Really? Iowans are some retarded breed that doesn’t want to make America great again? Sleep well, folks, Trump will crush it in Iowa.

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          • KitKat says:

            At RCP, the averages for Iowa, have Cruz slightly leading. When Romney was losing to Obama, I discounted and ignored those polls, to my sorrow, because they turned out to be right. I hope can turn this around significantly, it is too close for comfort.

            http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2016/president/ia/iowa_republican_presidential_caucus-3194.html

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            • KitKat says:

              I hope TRUMP can turn this around ….

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            • Heimdall says:

              Iowa polls were TEN POINTS off for the actual winner in 2012. Polling sucks for primaries in general and even more for caucuses. If Trump gets his people out to the caucus, he could win it easily.

              Santorum won with just 30,000 people voting for him. Trump has had those numbers between three events there.

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          • SharonKinDC says:

            Looking at the sample in the Missouri poll, it looked like it really oversampled conservative R’s to moderates. Still Cruz is dbl digits behind Trump. I suspect IA is similar, and Cruz’s support isn’t as strong. Using his girls to do attacks he loftily refuses to do, then pitching fit for being called out for it, albeit w/ tacky cartoon, then raising money off of it… I think that one is going to leave a mark. It also got wider MSM coverage.

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    • Doodahdaze says:

      But Gretaganda sez Snarly is in the thick of the fight.

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      • SharonKinDC says:

        LOL. iCarly fried her own cheap components when she pandertweeted about wishing IA would win over her alma matter. Iowan’s tweeted back she should get stuffed and disgusting pandering wasn’t welcome.

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  2. Melania for 1st Lady says:

    Trump went from 1st place to 1st place. In other words, no movement (well, if you don’t count the double digit upward move in his polls, but just forget about that), no surge, flatlined. He’s obviously done, all washed up. When’s he dropping out?

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  3. bverwey says:

    Here is a good read for those who have not seen it yet. I could easily substitute my Canadian politics in this and suggest it is very similar.

    http://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2015/12/it_has_come_to_this.html

    bverwey

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    • stringy theory says:

      The author of the American Thinker piece outlines the problems we face, but he labors under the mistaken believe that Cruz is not a member of the GOPe, which he clearly is.

      Liked by 7 people

      • Another group touting themselves as US Constitution experts out of one side of the mouth, whilst out of the other side actually stating they are for Constitutionally ineligible Canadian natural born citizen Ted Cruz. Funny, I didn’t remember so much hypocrisy from “conservatives” in 2008 when Obama’s ineligibility was being discussed.

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        • Made a few comments on that piece. One was that too many self-described Constitutionalists are holding up the Constitution in one hand and a pair of scissors behind their back in the other hand.

          Their hypocrisy is pathetic.

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        • mariner says:

          I do, but maybe I’m mistaken.

          I remember “serious conservatives” (GOPe) telling the country that “birthers” were just rabid extremists who had no place in the Republican Party.

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      • helix35 says:

        Sadly, so does Rush Limbaugh. What a disappointment.

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    • That author sounded credible enough UNTIL he wrote:

      I would prefer to have a genuine conservative candidate to vote for, and will probably vote for Cruz if he looks viable enough.

      After reading those words, I didn’t bother to finish reading the article.

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      • phil fan says:

        In the current Orwellian definition of “conservative” it = “Globalist”. Uniparty money supports Ted Cruz via big supporter Mercer, a man with a global agenda of open borders, TPP, Common Core. Me Too Ted is in alignment but “He’s a Conservative”, a constitutional scholar no less.

        Beware the creeping rot, twisted words, of these supposed ‘conservatives’. Goldman Saks global bucks are behind Cruz just like Soros bucks are behind Obama. You will lose your country

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      • singtune says:

        I saw it too~~~but was Glad it got posted here for all of us to see. It is good to keep informed, as we all do not get to visit the same sites each day. I thought it started out very well too~~bit i di read it to the end to See where their story evolved.

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    • singtune says:

      Good One~! Thanks.

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  4. David Emery says:

    THIS IS CRUCIAL:
    YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO VOTE FOR TRUMP IN THE PRIMARIES IN MOST STATES UNLESS YOU ARE A REGISTERED REPUBLICAN! NO INDEPENDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO VOTE TO PUT TRUMP ON THE TICKET FOR 2016. I TOO HATE THE GOP BUT WE ALL MUST REGISTER AS REPUBLICANS BEFORE FEBRUARY 02.

    PLEASE PASS THIS ON TO EVERYONE YOU KNOW AND ADD THE MESSAGE TO ALL OF YOUR COMMENT POSTS ON ALL SITES.

    Liked by 7 people

    • Del Parker says:

      Use upper and lower case letters to make your excellent message more readable.

      Liked by 3 people

    • I changed my party from INDEPENDENT to REPUBLICAN online for ARIZONA. If you’re in AZ here’s the link to do online go here and click on LOG IN here: http://www.azsos.gov/elections/voting-election/register-vote-or-update-your-current-voter-information

      Or if you just want to download the form and mail in click here for form:
      http://www.azsos.gov/sites/azsos.gov/files/voter_registration_form.pdf

      If you are in a different state contact your SECRETARY OF STATE office or website, some can do online, some require you download their form and mail in or bring in person.

      Do ASAP some states have deadlines. Some can do at the door of the caucus, but just to be sure REGISTER NOW AS A REPUBLICAN.

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    • sundance says:

      All Caps posts are not allowed.

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    • yy4u says:

      I’m tryin’ but the GOP of VA seems to have figured out what’s going on. They’ve ignored my email and now a snail mail letter. I am going to start calling on Monday, but I have elective surgery on Wednesday (cataract) so I’ll be out of commission for a couple of days. VA is an open primary state, but the VA GOPe elite are so crooked, you can’t trust them not to change the rules by March.

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    • tellthetruth2016 says:

      People also need to know that even IF your state is an OPEN state it is only open on years where there is NoT a presidential election going on………
      Take NO chances, Make sure you are registered as a Republican to vote in the primaries……Then like Diamond and Silk say ” Stump for Trump baby”…………….

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    • tellthetruth2016 says:

      I don’t know what happened to my post BUT I will try again………..

      Even in OPEN states, You can only vote in NON presidential years……
      To be safe and Sure, You must SWITCH to Republican if you’re not already, in order to VOTE for TRUMP………

      VA. Is already pulling this on Independents……..Like Diamond and Silk say ” Stump for Trump , Baby”………Ditch and Switch………….

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  5. NHVoter says:

    These are great numbers!

    Btw Rick Wilson & Liz Mair’s super PAC is running anti Trump radio ads here in NH. Here’s some info: http://m.wmur.com/politics/new-hampshire-primary-source-key-fitn-questions-and-our-take-on-them-heading-into-2016/37108156

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  6. Sanj says:

    Everytime I see Jeb!’s numbers from earlier polls ro current ones, I chuckle. It gives me a tickle in my leg. He ought to run negative ads on himself to see if that helps.

    Liked by 5 people

  7. NCPatrick says:

    http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2016/01/nutty_things_jeb_bush_is_trying_to_bring_life_to_his_dead_campaign.html

    We do need a moment or two of levity .. read this post from today’s American Thinker. Jeb is trying to “woo” Lindsay Graham to endorse him. Too funny.

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  8. NHVoter says:

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  9. marierogers says:

    so isis now has a recruiting video that includes TRUMP..of course hitlery gave them the idea!
    i cannot express how much i despise this evil person..it is putting a target on his back!

    Liked by 2 people

  10. stringy theory says:

    These poll numbers remain solid even if I continue to feel they underestimate Trump’s true appeal. I agree the issue is getting folks to realize they might not be able to vote for him in the primary if they are not registered as Republicans. I think most people have tuned out all of the negative ads being run against Trump. The only ones making money on them are members of the professional political handler class. Go Trump!

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  11. preppin247 says:

    re: David e .keep spreading the word. .had a friend who thought they could just show up and vote Trump in primary… not that easy…GET REGISTERED AS REPUBLICAN.. I already am but plan on voting D.T. in the morning and leaving GOPe in the afternoon

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  12. The Tundra PA says:

    State after state with Trump > 30%; and state after state with Bush < 5%. Love how that drives the GOPe to hair-pulling, snot-slinging distraction! It is a movement, a landslide in the making, a tsunami of voting Vulgarians whose Cold Anger will breathe icefire on the GOPe.

    I wish I could find a poll of Alaska; I have no idea how Trump polls here. Our main statewide newspaper, The Alaska Dispatch, is a liberal piece of crap that never mentions his name. Accurate polling is difficult to do here, due to our demographics–yuuuge area with many tiny and far-flung villages. I’m wearing my Trump hat everywhere, but so far very few comments.

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    • yy4u says:

      We lived in Fairbanks, so hello from “outside”. Keep in mind that Alaska wrote in Lisa Mukowski’s name (spelled right?) after she was primaried and defeated by the conservative. So if y’all can do that for dear Lisa, you can do it for Donald Trump.

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  13. Paco Loco says:

    We are fighting two battles and one enemy. The battle royal is between Trump and the GOPe. The second battle is between Trump and the MSM. The enemy, the uniparty and its MSM mouth piece, is about to unleash a barrage of negative ads and conduct electioneering mischief against Trump. This is going to get very ugly through the convention in Cleveland.

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    • Hillary best watch her health is all I can say. She’s not in good health already (no I’m not a doctor, don’t need to be, I’m big on wellness and it’s easy to see, plain to see). If she has to go up against Trump could finish her health-wise. He is not even easy to keep up with as a blogger, let alone to run against him.

      Yes she is dangerous. But she is also finished, tired, spent and has depression and ill health.

      Liked by 1 person

      • yy4u says:

        Here’s my conspiracy theorist plot. Hillary gets the nomination, chooses Biden as her running mate, then halfway through the campaign when it looks like she is losing, she resigns for the sake of her health and voila, Uncle Joe is the nominee without having had to campaign. The problem is, a lot of people would vote for him who wouldn’t vote for Hillary. Please somebody tell me I’m wrong.

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      • WSB says:

        Especially pairing that blue scarf with the purple, orange, red, green and black organ grinder coat. Very peculiar thing!

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      • Trent Telenko says:

        Hillary is old, ill, and recently suffered a stroke.

        She is also carrying a medical device that looks like a insulin pump, based on the outline in her clothes.

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  14. kinthenorthwest says:

    Still trying to figure out how the GOP feels that can explain away these numbers and put in their own puppet.

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  16. HarleyQuinn says:

    Every Trump supporter needs a Trump coloring book!

    Liked by 4 people

  17. sheridan says:

    Trump is the peoples choice. He is the most important candidate in the last 15 years because he is destroying the repulsive political corruption class. The radical leftists socialists liberals are showing there true colours because of Mr Trump and its a real eye opener for the american people and the world. For one thing its alarming how racist some black americans are. Shocking how much they hate white men and christian men. I’ve been stunned to watch how some black americans and leftist jews are literally frothing at the mouth with hate spewing out against Donald Trump. This has been good for everyone because we now see that many leftist blacks and jews are the most anti white and anti christian people on earth.
    The leftists are so racist against whites and christians in fact that they would rather support rapists and murderers than decent moral christian people. Leftists are so hypocritical and hating and intolerant that no one believes one word they say anymore. This is why donald trump is the peoples choice. While no one is perfect, he represents the hope of the all american moral christian majority who suddenly woke up and said enough is enough. You won’t threaten, intimidate and shut us up anymore . Leftists you can take your labels and shove them. Calling decent christians racists and nazis won’t work because you are the real bigots and haters. Mr Ben Carson, christian man is not a coon. Mr Trump is no racist. The race card , cultural marxism, political correctness which actually means perverted depravity and lies won’t work on decent people anymore. We are grateful and proud to be christian, we love honour and support strong christian men who are leaders, we protect and defend family and children and constitution and we love the bible and God and prayer and faith. VOTE TRUMP!

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  18. NHVoter says:

    Btw Carly’s super PAC Carly for America is hiring more field workers. I know through the grapevine that her campaign is being propped up by her super PAC. I’m guessing that Team Jeb wants her to stay in the race for a while to act as a splitter and a brokered convention negotiator. What do you think?

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  19. Director says:

    If a wall in Israel is good enough for Jews in Israel it should be good enough for Americans in America too!

    Should be an advert in Iowa.

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  20. yy4u says:

    But WAIT! The 33% won’t vote. (sarcasm)

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  21. ZurichMike says:

    Still don’t get why Cruz is still holding up against Trump.

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  22. Randy Swigart says:

    Well… look were little Bill Peach Jeb is. Isn’t your mommy calling you yet Jeb.

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  23. Bet Clark says:

    Cruz won Iowa by dishonest means, lying about Carson’s endorsement to caucus voters and with the fraudulent Voter Violation flyers. His tactics were just rebuked by Foxs’ Greta Susstern and Karl Rove. (And that guy loves dirty tricks.) Cruz is toast. Trump is back in the drivers seat, as he should be.

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