As this article is evidence of, coverage of Trump hasn’t been too focused on his plans as possible president but instead about the outlandish things he says and his overall egotistic persona. And as his presidency continued, many polls showed that fewer and fewer voters trusted Bill Clinton.
Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her husband former U.S. President Bill Clinton hold up some steaks at the 37th Harkin Steak Fry in Indianola, Iowa, September 14, 2014.
That next closest candidate would be Bush, who is sitting with 12 percent, but he’s not as high in another poll. Dropping the most support since May are Carson, Huckabee, and Rubio, who each registered 10 percent support two months ago. John McCain, a lauded Vietnam War POW.
A new Quinnipiac University poll found that Bernie Sanders would crush Donald Trump in a potential 2016 general election contest. “People say, ‘What do you mean?’ I think I would get along well with him“, Trump told reporters in Glasgow, Scotland, where he is attending the women’s British Open being played at a golf course he owns. Walker is next, with 13 percent support, followed by Bush at 10 percent.
“On a humanitarian basis, you have a lot of deep thought going into this, believe me“, Trump said. I would advise everyone to tune in on August 6th for the first republican debate that is assured to be entertaining for everyone. The remaining 15 percent said they were undecided or did not plan on voting.
The outspoken billionaire was the runaway leader with 24 percent of GOP voters in the Granite State in a Monmouth University poll released Tuesday.
Fifty-eight percent of voters consider Trump dishonest and untrustworthy, while 57 percent think the same of Clinton, according to the poll.
Regarding Trump and the Hispanic Vote, I’d like to see him (and other candidates) move away from the whole Latino Vote Paradigm and start appealing to Hispanics as Americans.
Both races are essentially a tossup given the study’s 2.4 percent margin of error. In 1992, a similar situation occured when businessman Ross Perot’s independent candidacy helped topple George H.W. Bush’s reelection bid and paved way for Bill Clinton to secure the presidency with just 43 percent.