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2016 Poll: Donald Trump Pulls Even with Hillary Clinton

The latest CBS/New York Times presidential poll shows Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton tied with 40 percent support — and tied in a three-way race including Libertarian Gary Johnson at 36 percent support.

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***Horse Race LiveWire*** Trump: ‘We’re Going to Take Our Country Back from Those People’

Donald Trump postponed his Friday evening rally at the University of Illinois-Chicago due to safety concerns. The Trump campaign said that after meeting with law enforcement officials, Trump decided to postpone the event for the “safety of all the tens of thousands of people that have gathered in and around the area.” Pro-amnesty groups, Black Lives Matter organizers and other left-wing activists had been organizing to disrupt Trump’s rally for the last week.

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***Horse Race LiveWire*** GOP Debate Tonight!

Welcome to Breitbart News’s daily live updates of the 2016 horse race. Tonight the Republican field gathers for its penultimate scheduled debate, and Florida’s primary is still in the spotlight.

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Trump Expands Big Lead In Florida, Up In Ohio

Two pollsters looked at two crucial states and delivered only good news for Republican frontrunner Donald Trump. The GOP Establishment’s stated goal is to stop Trump from winning the number of delegates necessary to outright claim the Republican presidential nomination.

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Trump Holds +20 Lead In FL; Fares Best Against Hillary

A Survey USA poll of 937 likely Republican presidential voters, taken between March 3-6, shows Donald Trump enjoying a commanding +20 point lead over second place. Currently, Trump earns the support of 42% of GOP primary voters, compared to just

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***Horse Race LiveWire*** Super Tuesday: Part Deux

Welcome to Breitbart News’s daily live updates of the 2016 horse race. The Republican presidential field faces off in four more states tonight: Hawaii, Michigan, Mississippi, and Idaho.

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Donald Trump’s Lead Shrinks to +8 In Florida

A Monmouth poll out of Florida released Monday shows that Donald Trump’s lead in Florida has shrunk to just +8 points. Taken between March 3 – 6, 38% of 403 likely Republican presidential primary voters chose Donald Trump. Florida Senator

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK - FEBRUARY 28: Conservative talk host Glenn Beck endorses Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz before Cruz made a speech to supporters during a campaign rally February 28, 2016 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Cruz spoke of making America great again and upholding the Constitution. (Photo by J Pat …

***Horse Race LiveWire*** One Day to Super Saturday

Welcome to Breitbart News’s daily live updates of the 2016 horse race. Today, Republican candidates try to win the post-debate spin battle while making last-minute pitches to Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, and Maine.

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Donald Trump Hits 50% In Massachusetts Primary Poll

One of the dozen-plus states that votes during next week’s (March 1) Super Tuesday is Massachusetts. A new poll, some of which was taken after Jeb Bush announced he was dropping out, shows Donald Trump with a commanding lead. The

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Bernie Sanders Loses Nevada, Wins Hispanics

With 90% of the vote in, Bernie Sanders is losing Saturday’s Nevada Caucus by a margin of more than 5 points (52.6% to 47.4%). As he musters on with a narrow loss in Iowa and a massive win in New

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USA Today National Poll: Bernie Slightly Stronger Than Hillary Against GOP

A poll released Wednesday by USA Today/Suffolf University shows that Vermont Socialist Bernie Sanders is stronger than Hillary Clinton when matched up against the four leading Republican candidates. Except for barely beating Ted Cruz, Bernie still loses against the other

RepublicanÊpresidential candidates (L-R) Ohio Governor John Kasich, Jeb Bush, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), Donald Trump, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) and Ben Carson participate in a CBS News GOP Debate February 13, 2016 at the Peace Center in Greenville, South Carolina. Residents of South Carolina will vote for the Republican candidate …

USA Today National Poll: Republican Field Beats Hillary and Bernie

A poll released by USA Today/Suffolf University Wednesday shows that the Republican field is in good shape nationally against both Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. Against Hillary: Current Republican frontrunner Donald Trump wins by +2 points,  45% to 43%. Ted

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Post-Debate SC Poll: Trump Leads with George W. Bush Fans

How many wish-casting narratives launched against Donald Trump by the GOP Establishment and DC Media need to be soundly humiliated before this nonsense-ploy of fabricating realities that don’t exist finally comes to an end? After Saturday’s South Carolina debate, where

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Trump Jumps to 44% Nationally, Rubio Drops to 10%

Morning Consult released its latest national poll Friday, and the news is all good for Donald Trump, whose support jumped from 38% last week to 44% support today. That puts The Donald a full +27 points ahead of second place

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Poll: Only Trump Bests Hillary & Bernie In Florida

Florida Atlantic University released a series of polls Wednesday that will dishearten those pushing the idea that Trump cannot win a general election. The poll not only shows that Trump beats Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders in a general election

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Bernie Sanders Stomps Hillary Clinton In NH: 60% to 33%

In the state of new Hampshire, according to a CNN/WMUR poll, Bernie Sanders has jumped to an astonishing +27 point lead over Hillary Clinton. The “inevitable” Hillary earns just 33% support, compared to Bernie’s 60%. Last month, in this same

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New Hampshire Surge: John Kasich Second Only to Donald Trump

With the primary just three weeks away, John Kasich appears to be enjoying something of a surge in New Hampshire. The latest ARG poll out of the state shows the Ohio governor enjoying a second place showing with 20% support.

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Media Fail: 33% Say Trump Won CNN Debate, 1% for Jeb Bush

After last week’s excellent CNN Republican Primary debate, it was hilarious to watch the DC Media coordinate a campaign to ignore a very inconvenient fact: Donald Trump won that debate. He just did. I’ve never said that before. But he

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Media Fail: 56% of Americans Now Want Fewer Refugees

After months of a coordinated DC Media campaign to emotionally blackmail and shame Americans into turning against Donald Trump and the Republican Party as a whole over the issue of refugees, a Wall Street Journal poll shows that a clear

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Surge: Donald Trump Leads By Widest Margin Yet

After months of the DC Media ganging up to annihilate him, after months of the Republican Establishment’s plotting, planning, and scheming to take him out, according to the Real Clear Politics poll of polls, billionaire businessman Donald Trump currently enjoys

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Media Fail: Donald Trump Enjoys Post-Paris Poll Surge

It has now been two weeks since Islamist savages murdered and injured some 500 innocents in Paris. And yes, despite all the real and manufactured-by-a-corrupt-media controversies, despite a full-on coordinated attack by the DC Media to disqualify him, Donald Trump

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Donald Trump Rises to 38% Nationally; Ted Cruz Edges into 2nd at 12%

Since last week, in the Reuters 5-day tracking poll, Republican frontrunner Donald Trump has gained two points and risen to 38%.  This time last week the billionaire businessman earned 36% support. Despite the DC Media’s best efforts to take him

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WaPo/ABC ISIS Poll: Americans Want Action, Not More Syrian Refugees

Yet another poll, this one from no less than the Washington Post and ABC News, shows that the DC Media’s propaganda campaign to make the Paris terror attacks about racism, refugees, and Republicans, has failed miserably. By wide margins the