Source: Real Clear Politics
The behinders in the 2/2-4 Quinnipiac University poll:
- 3% - Jeb Bush, Chris, Christie, John Kasich
- 2% - Carly Fiorina
- Gender split (men/women)
- Trump (39%/23%)
- Cruz (19%/26%)
- Clinton wins match-up with Trump 46% to 41%
- Independents (48% to 34%)
- Women (52% to 36%)
- College degree (51% to 37%)
- Clinton ties Cruz 45% each
- Rubio gets the best of Clinton 48% to 41% (more so than with Trump and Cruz, it's a 'guy' thing)
- Sanders, on the other hand, beats all 3
- Trump, 49% to 39%
- Cruz, 46% to 42%
- Rubio, 43% to 42%
What the top 3 Republican candidates are saying.
Trump talks about the weather.
Cruz brands himself as the "consistent conservative".
Rubio in so many words: The only thing they have to fear is me.
If I were Donald Trump, I'd be shittin' my britches right about now. (2/4/2016)
Once Trump inches above the 40% level, his poll numbers start to recede. (1/29/2016)
On the other hand, Trump continues to fly high in national Republican Presidential primary polls. (1/26/2016)
No intersecting lines yet among top 4 candidates in January national Republican Presidential primary polls. (1/23/2016)
Latest Monmouth Republican Presidential primary poll gives Trump a 19-point lead over Cruz. (1/20/2016)
Recent Republican polls show candidates still drifting along. (1/15/2016)
When you get right down to it, nothing has changed in Republican national polls in last month. (1/12/2016)
Nationally, none of the top 4 Republican Presidential candidates is peaking at this time. (1/11/2016)
Latest FOX News poll has subgroup margins of error that would embarrass the 1962 New York Mets. (1/8/2016)