New Iowa Poll: Trump vs. Cruz

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Global Gathering — Just two weeks from the crucial, first-in-the-nation contest, Donald Trump earns 34 percent support and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz has 28 percent support - within the poll's margin of error. According to a new Gravis poll released on Thursday, January 14, 2016.


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Third place belongs to Carson with 9 percent. Florida Sen. Marco Rubio has tumbled from his previous lead down to only 5 percent.

Chris Christie has 5 percent support in the new poll, while Jeb Bush and John Kasich have 4 percent. Rand Paul 3 percent. Mike Huckabee garner 2 percent, while Carly Fiorina have 1 percent and Rick Santorum 0 Percent.

Iowa Republican Presidential Caucus, Gravis Poll

Thursday, January 14, 2016


1 • Trump:—————— 34%

2 • Cruz:——————— 28%

3 • Carson:—————— 9%

4 • Rubio:———————5%

5 • Christie:——————5%

6 • Bush:——————— 4%

7• Kasich:———————4%

8• Paul:————————3%

9• Huckabee: —————2%

10• Florina:—————— 1%

11• Santorum:—————0%


Cruz's strong standing in Iowa is largely thanks to support from tea party backers and evangelical Christians. Still, likely GOP caucus-goers choose Trump as the best candidate on the economy, terrorism and immigration. Trump also earns more support from men and from voters without a college degree.

Cruz and Trump have been sparring with each other over the last week, as Trump raises questions about whether Cruz is a "natural born citizen" and eligible to be president. Cruz was born in Canada to an American mother and Cuban father. Most experts say he is eligible to hold the office, but it has never been decided by the Supreme Court.

Trump leads national polls by a wide margin. He also leads in New Hampshire by double digits over a splintered field of establishment candidates. Still, Cruz has recently been a favorite to win the Hawkeye State, thanks to support among tea party backers and evangelical Christians.

New Hampshire Republican Presidential Primary, Monmouth University Poll

Monday, January 11, 2016


1 • Trump:———————32%

2 • Kasich: —————— 14%

3 • Cruz: ——————— 14%

4 • Rubio:———————12%

5 • Christie: —————— 8%

6 • Bush: ——————— 4%

7• Paul:———————— 4%

8• Florina:——————— 5%

9• Karson:——————— 3%

10• Santorum: ————— 1%

11• Huckabee: ————— 0%




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President Barack Obama delivers the State of the Union address on January 12, 2016


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