Establishment candidates are out.
“I am looking forward to the Democratic debate because I haven’t really heard much about foreign policy from Bernie Sanders“. The rest of the candidates are left far behind in the dust. The poll has Fiorina with 15 percent support among Republicans, up from 3 percent earlier this month.
“It wasn’t the best format in the world”, said Carson, who in the past few weeks has quietly slid into second place in the polls behind Trump.
Chris Cillizza, in his “The Fix” blog, asserted with confidence that Carly Fiorina did great during Wednesday’s night debate.
Fiorina, who didn’t register any support before summer, has surged into third place with 11 percent support. Marco Rubio and Ben Carson also received positive reviews from Republican voters who followed the debate, with net scores of 8 and 5.
CALIFORNIA, September 18, 2015- On Wednesday, 11 Republican presidential primary candidates took their hard-earned places behind their respective podiums on stage at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. “Some of the things they asked were ridiculous”.
New Hampshire voters – not just those who watched the debate – are also impressed by Fiorina.
This line of questioning in the poll was conducted among 444 registered Republicans and Republican-leaning independents and has a margin of error of +/- 4.5 percentage points.
“Every poll has me winning it”, Trump said afterward, citing a Drudge Report poll in which a majority of those participating said Trump was the victor.
Trump’s anti-immigrant rhetoric, described as divisive even by members of his own party, has tapped into a vein of anger among like-minded supporters.
In terms of favorability, only three Republicans have a higher favorability rating than unfavorable.
All other candidates polled at less than five percentage points, with Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker showing the most precipitous drop. All other Republicans are viewed unfavorably. Carson is down from 19 percent to 14 percent.
One politician, however, does seem to be gaining some ground. Sen.
“It’s a terrible statement, it’s going to haunt him, absolutely”, Trump said, referring to Bush’s since-retracted statement that he’s “not sure we need half a billion dollars for women’s health issues”. This is largely due to identity politics.