The latest Iowa polling from CNN/ORC (full pdf below) shows resoundingly good news for candidate Donald Trump. With 37% polling support Trump is now eleven points higher than second place Ted Cruz (26%).
Marco Rubio comes in a distant third at 14%, and the collective Rubio/Bush ticket is a mere 17%.
In addition to dominating the top line results, Donald Trump also holds a commanding lead amid the issues that matter most to the Iowa voter, the economy and immigration.
Here’s the CNN/ORC Iowa trend line:
[ Via CNN ] […] Sarah Palin’s endorsement of Trump came while the survey was in the field, but the sample size is not large enough to assess whether it made any difference in the race.
CNN/ORC surveyed 2,002 Iowa adults by telephone Jan. 15 to Jan. 20, including 266 likely Republican presidential caucus-goers and 280 likely Democratic presidential caucus-goers. Both party samples have a margin of error of plus or minus six percentage points. (read more)
These Iowa poll results are also bolstered by another Iowa Poll conducted by Emerson University: