2016 Republican Presidential Nomination
|RCP Average||8/20 - 9/10||30.4||16.8||8.2||7.0||5.8||4.4||4.2||4.0||3.6||2.6||2.2||1.0||0.8||0.4||0.2||Trump +13.6|
|ABC/Wash Post||9/7 - 9/10||33||20||8||7||7||2||2||3||3||5||1||1||1||1||0||Trump +13|
|CNN/ORC||9/4 - 9/8||32||19||9||7||3||3||5||5||2||3||2||1||0||1||1||Trump +13|
|Monmouth||8/31 - 9/2||30||18||8||8||5||4||3||4||2||2||2||0||1||0||0||Trump +12|
|PPP (D)||8/28 - 8/30||29||15||9||6||7||8||5||5||6||1||2||2||1||0||0||Trump +14|
|Quinnipiac||8/20 - 8/25||28||12||7||7||7||5||6||3||5||2||4||1||1||0||0||Trump +16|
Here is the polling data from today on Real Clear Politics.
Trump is actually increasing his distance from Bush. 22.2 points, pretty good spread there!!!!!
I'm also highlighting (it cuts off with santorim) South Carolina Sen. Lindsay Graham. Barely hitting the board at 0.2%. This can't be good news for the Graham campaign. He has been here in New Hampshire including the North Country to an 2/3 full house at the Littleton VFW and this also includes appearances by Sen. John McCain.
From my vantage point, Gov. George Pataki has a greater chance of breaking into the deep water than this candidate. Sen. Graham needs to do more than be from South Carolina and have his picture taken with a semi-automatic rifle to be successful in New Hampshire.