We’re one day away from Super Tuesday, and the polls show Trump as the clear favorite.
Tomorrow, Republican voters from 13 states will go out and decide who they want as their Presidential nominee. The states taking part in Super Tuesday are: Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia and Wyoming.
A new national poll conducted by CNN/ORC, released today, 29th February, shows Trump holding an overwhelming 33 point lead, holding 49% of the vote, with his closest competitor being Rubio at 16%.
In Virginia, a poll conducted by Roanoke College has Trump at 38%, a 23 point lead over second place Ted Cruz, who is trailing at 15%.
In Texas, Cruz’s home state, a new poll by the Emerson College Polling Society has Trump and Cruz fighting head to head, with Cruz coming out with a 1 point lead.
A poll conducted by Trafalgar Group in Georgia has Trump at 38.6%, with Rubio at 23.5% fighting with Cruz at 20.7% for second place.
A Massachusetts poll conducted by Suffolk University has Donald Trump in first at 42.6%, with Cruz and Rubio fighting for 2nd at 17% and 19.8% each.
In Alabama and Oklahoma, a poll by the Monmouth University Polling Institute shows Trump in first place, at 42% in Alabama and 35% in Oklahoma, with Cruz and Rubio trailing behind in second and third.
The Castleton Polling Institute held a poll in Vermont, which puts Trump in the lead with 32.4%, and Marco Rubio in second at 16.9%.
All in all, the poll results seem to put Trump in a comfortable first place, with an expected victory on Super Tuesday.
If you are a citizen of one of these states, do not forget to go out and vote tomorrow.
Make America Great Again!