Trump Wins Again
Over 1,500 registered Republicans from across the United States were polled on the CNBC debate on Wednesday night. They were asked, “Who do you think won the debate?”
In second place was Marco Rubio, with 21.1 percent. And, after what was easily his best performance in any of the debates, Ted Cruz finished in third place with 17.3 percent of the vote.
In another related question, those polled were also asked, “Who to you think lost the debate?”
Unless you are completely biased member of the liberal media, looking at these results it is hard to find fault with them. The Republican voters polled correctly identified the best and worst performers in the CNBC debate.
Trump First Choice For Nomination
When these same respondents were asked, “If you had to vote today, which 2016 GOP Candidate would you vote for?” Donad Trump was the run-away winner with 32.7 percent of the votes.
Sixth and seventh places went to Rand Paul with 4.4 percent and Jeb Bush with 4/3 percent. All the remaining candidates registered less than 3 percent.
It is another good result for Donald Trump. Every one of the debates so far has been stacked against him doing well, yet in each Trump has used his personality and a mixture of humor, firmnesss with the rogue moderators and good counter-punching of his opponents when they attack him, to put up a good showing overall.
So say Republican voters and they are the people who count.