With Scott Walker, apparently, choking on Donald's dust.
Source: Real Clear Politics
The behinders in the 7/9-12/2015 Suffolk/USA Today poll.
- 4% - Mike Huckabee, Rand Paul, Ben Carson
- 3% - Chris Christie
- 1% - Rick Perry, Rick Santorum, Carly Fiorina, Bobby Jindal, John Kasich
- 0% - Lindsey Graham
- Combining 1st and 2nd place choices, Walker ends up in 4th place, a point behind Rubio
- In spite of his 1st place finish, Trump's unfavorable rating is 60.5%.
- 15% of respondents say that Trump's recent comments in illegal immigration make them more likely to vote for him
- 24.1% of respondents describe themselves as 'very liberal' or 'liberal'
- 37.3% of respondents describes themselves as 'conservative' or 'very conservative'
Monmouth University poll casts a pall over Scott Walker's presidential candidacy announcement. (7/13/2015)
Scott Walker leads in Iowa Republican presidential polling, but nationally it's a different story. (7/1/2015)
\Republicans' 2016 Presidential primary preferences look like a bunch of scribbles when graphed. (6/22/2015)
Has anyone else noticed that Scott Walker peaked 2 months ago in New Hampshire? (6/14/2015)
Same as it ever was, pretty much, in latest Fox News poll. (6/3/2015)
The latest CNN/ORC Republican presidential primary poll likes the Florida boys. (6/2/2015)
5-way tie in latest Quinnipiac Republican presidential primary poll. (5/28/2015)
Republican presidential candidates find little elbow room in latest Fox News poll. (5/16/2015)
Latest Public Policy Polling (PPP) numbers keep Republican candidates in a jumble. (5/14/2015)
The Florida Boys leave Scott Walker in "show" position in latest Republican presidential horse race poll. (5/5/2015)
Tracking the national Republican presidential primary polls. (4/3/2015)
Scott Walker tied for 2nd with 'Dunno' in latest CNN/ORC poll. (3/19/2015)
Don't know/no answer/somebody else/won't vote leads latest Quinnipiac Republican Presidential primary poll. (3/6/2015)
Someone else/no one, Ben Carson have best 1-2 punch in Public Policy poll. (2/24/2015)
On the merry-go-round: Mike Huckabee takes the lead in the latest Republican Presidential preference poll. (2/18/2015)