NBC/WSJ Poll: Donald Trump & Ben Carson Lead GOP Race … Hillary Clinton Loses Ground to Bernie Sanders


A new NBC/WSJ poll has some interesting trends on both sides of the aisle. On the Republican side, 3 of the 4 leaders of the pack are political outsiders. The poll has Donald Trump at number one with 21%, Ben Carson a close second with 20% and Carly Fiorino and Sen. Marco Rubio with 11%. So why has Ben Carson closed the gap on The Donald? Could it possibly be as opined by Pamela Gellar that, “the emperor has no clothes, and Carson was the only one brave enough to say it, to violate the sharia (‘do not criticize Islam’).” Of course it was Donald Trump who brought the issue of illegals to the political conversation. For some reason establishment candidates have an issue in discussing and taking a stand on the issues that matter to “We the People”.

With the Democrats, scandal plagued Hillary Clinton still leads socialist Bernie Sanders, bit only by a 7% with yet to announce Joe Biden in the race. As Clinton poll numbers tank, she was forced to take to the Sunday talk shows and try to tell the American people that she has been transparent. LOL!!! However, if and when Biden ever does announce his presidential run, the Democrat polls will completely have a shake up with most likely Biden being on top. Imagine that, crazy uncle Joe Biden is the savior of the party.

NBC News:

Donald Trump and Ben Carson are running neck and neck in the national Republican presidential horserace, while Carly Fiorina is now tied for third place with Marco Rubio, according to the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.

And on the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton has lost ground to Bernie Sanders — she leads him by just seven points with Joe Biden in the race, and 15 points without the vice president. That’s down from Clinton’s 34-point lead over Sanders in July and her whopping 60-point lead in June.

In the GOP race, Trump is the first choice of 21 percent of Republican primary voters — followed by Carson at 20 percent and Rubio and Fiorina tied at 11 percent each.

CNN/WMUR poll: Socialist Bernie Sander Leads Hillary Clinton 46% to 30% in New Hampshire


According to a recent CNN/WMUR poll, self-proclaimed Socialist Bernie Sanders leads Hillary Clinton 46% to 30% in the Granite state. SANDERS HAS A 16 PERCENTAGE POINT LEAD, ARE YOU KIDDING ME? I know it is early, but WOW!!! Clinton’s poll numbers continue to tank amid her email/private server scandal. As the PJ Tatler opines, Hillary Clinton is not even winning woman in New Hampshire. I would appear that the Hillary Clinton is not a sure bet to be the Democrat nominee and its only a matter of time before Joe Biden announced his presidential run so that the Donkey party does not have a 74 year old socialist representing them in a general presidential election in 2016.

Full poll results can be seen HERE.


Sanders has the backing of nearly half of those who say they plan to vote in the first-in-the-nation Democratic primary next year — 46% support him — while just 30% say they back Clinton. Another 14% say they would support Biden, 2% former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley, 1% former Virginia Sen. Jim Webb, and less than half of 1% back former Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee or Harvard professor Lawrence Lessig.

Clinton trails Sanders across most demographic groups, with broad gender and ideology divides bolstering Sanders’ run. He holds 56% of male Democratic voters compared with just 20% who back her, while the two are much closer among women, 39% back Sanders, 37% Clinton. Likewise, Sanders holds a 56% to 30% lead among liberals, versus a 37% to 31% race among moderates.


Bloomberg Poll: 72% of Americans Say America Has Lost Its Greatness


According to a recent Bloomberg poll, 72% of Americans believe that the United States of America has lost its greatness. This is the theme of GOP presidential candidate front-runner like Donald Trump and other political outsiders like Ben Carson and Carly Fiorina. Americans are fed up with the direction that the leadership of both parties. But as the Bloomberg article is written, the reason “We the People” are fed up with politics, suspect the wealthy are getting an unfair edge, and think the country is going in the wrong direction. Sorry, that is only part of it. For if that were true, why would Americans be trowing their support behind business men and women like Trump and Fiorina who would fall into that class of privileged people? However, it is the three outside the Beltway, non-political candidates that are leading the pack of GOP presidential candidates in most all polls. People want change and they are fed up; however, note to Americans, you cannot just bitch and moan, you must actively do something about it.

Network: I’m mad as Hell and I’m not going to take this anymore!!!

Americans are “fed up” with politics, suspect the wealthy are getting an unfair edge, and think the country is going in the wrong direction, according to a new Bloomberg Politics poll that lays bare the depth and breadth of the discontents propelling outsider candidates in the Republican presidential field.

The survey shows that 72 percent of Americans think their country isn’t as great as it once was—a central theme of front-runner Donald Trump’s campaign. More than a third prefer a presidential candidate without experience in public office.

Three of the four candidates leading the Republican field fit that description: Trump, the first choice of 21 percent of registered Republicans and voters who say they lean that way, followed by neurosurgeon Ben Carson with 16 percent, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush with 13 percent, and former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina with 11 percent.

EXIT QUESTION: We the People, its up to you whether you want America’s greatness back. No one is going to give it to you, it has to be taken. You do so by voting in the correct people into office and throwing out ones that have no business being there. Especially, the establishment candidates of both parties who are just there to go along to get along. This is supposed to be a government of, by and for the People. It was We the People who elected Barack Obama, not once but twice, and it was We the People who voted in establishment GOP candidates when you had the opportunity to send a message. Yes, I am calling you out Tennessee. Thank you so much for gibe us the likes of Corker and Alexander. How the hell a blood red Republican state could send two mushy middle, RINO’s to the US Senate is beyond me. And that hold true for the rest of the states where you had the opportunity to elect a candidate that would be different and actually uphold Republican ideals, principles and the platform. Not just get elected to stay in power.


Daily Commentary – Wednesday, September 23, 2015 – Donald Trump Sure Loves To Talk About His Polling Numbers

  • But he doesn’t like talking about the negatives. Anyone who stands up to him is on his bad list. He currently is steering away from Fox News because he’s mad at them

Daily Commentary – Wednesday, September 23, 2015 Download

Gallup Poll: Two Out of Three Hispanics Oppose Legal Immigration Increase

Maybe Donald Trump will win the Hispanic vote after all …

Ever wonder why billionaire business man Donald Trump is leading in the polls and blowing the establishment candidates away, especially the ones who pander to illegals? Maybe, just maybe it is because voters do not want illegals allowed in the country, especially two-thirds of Hispanics. Yes, you read that correctly. According to a recent Gallup poll, two out of three Hispanics oppose the establishment’s campaign to increase the annual inflow of migrants into the United States. The way the MSM and even establishment, pro-amnesty Republicans talk, you would think that 50% or more of Hispanics are in favor of increased legal immigration.

Illegal Immigration

Two out of three Hispanics oppose the establishment’s campaign to increase the annual inflow of migrants into the United States., according to an Aug. 20 report by Gallup.

That’s good news for Donald Trump, who has made pro-American immigration reform the centerpiece of his campaign.

It is bad news for Jeb Bush, who claims he can boost the one-in-four Hispanic support for the GOP by inviting more foreign blue-collar and college-graduates to compete for the jobs sought by American Hispanics.

Only 34 percent of U.S.-born Hispanics, and 33 percent of foreign-born Hispanics, want to increase legal immigration, said the Gallup report.

Socialist Bernie Sanders Leads Hillary Clinton by 11 in New Hampshire, by 9 with Biden in Race


According to the most recent NBC News/Marist poll, self-proclaimed Socialist Bernie Sanders has a 11 point lead over Hillary Clinton. That is not a typo folks, a socialist now is the front runner in the Granite state for the Democrat nominee for president. Just two months ago Hillary was up by double digits over Sanders. The more and more Clinton pours money in politics ads into NH, the more she sinks. Just how embarrassing will it be for the Democrat party, if a socialist is their nominee?

Bernie Sanders has jumped out to a nine-point lead over front-runner Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire, and he’s gained ground on her among Iowa voters in the Democratic presidential race, according to a pair of brand-new NBC News/Marist polls.

In New Hampshire, the Vermont senator gets the support of 41 percent of Democratic voters, Clinton gets 32 percent and Vice President Joe Biden gets 16 percent. No other Democratic candidate receives more than 1 percent.

Full NBC/Marist poll.

SurveyUSA Poll Has Donald Trump Leading Hillary Clinton in Hypothetical Match Up 45% to 40%


According to a recent SurveyUSA poll, Donald Trump now leads Hillary Clinton in a head to head hypothetical match up. Trump leads Clinton 45% to 44%. It was not that long ago where Hillary Clinton had a commanding lead in the head to head match up; however, all that has changed. Just after Trump entered the race, he trailed Clinton 59 percent to 34 percent. Also, in a poll taken in July Clinton lead Trump 57 percent to Trump 38 percent. ALL THAT HAS NOW CHANGED. Hillary is a sinking ship and Trump is surging. Trump also leads head to head match ups against Socialist Bernie Sanders and VP Joe Biden.


Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump leads Democrat Hillary Clinton head-to-head, according to a new poll released Friday.

The poll by SurveyUSA finds that matched up directly, Trump garners 45 percent to Clinton’s 40 percent.

In other head-to-head matchups, Trump beats out Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) by 44 percent to 40 percent; Vice President Joe Biden by 44 percent to 42 percent; and former Vice President Al Gore by 44 percent to 41 percent.

Trump’s surge past Clinton marks a dramatic turnaround in the polls.

A CNN/ORC sampling of national voters in late June — just days after Trump entered the race — found that 59 percent supported Clinton to 34 percent picking Trump in a head-to-head race.

The same poll taken in July saw Clinton at 57 percent to Trump at 38 percent. And a version taken in August had Clinton with 52 percent support and Trump with 43 percent.

The scandals seem to be finally catching up to Hillary Clinton. The question becomes if she will even be there are at the finish line.

YouGov Poll: Most Americans Support Building a Fence Along US-Mexico Border Including Majority of White, Blacks & Hispanics


According to a recent You Gov poll, a majority of Americans from across the board say build that wall along the USA-Mexican border now. An amazing 64% say build the fence now. As Allah Pundit at Hot Air opines, “Build it high, build it far, build it fast. But build it.”. What is remarkable in this poll is that a majority of whites, blacks and even Hispanics are in favor of building the fence. And you wonder why Donald Trump is leading in the polls for the GOP presidential nominee? Look no further than Trump being the first and only GOP to take a firm stance on illegal immigration. Although Democrats split 44/43 in favor of building the fence, every other demographic tested in this poll, be it sex, age, race, party ID, household income, or region, are for supporting a wall. A stunning 55% of Blacks and  49% of Hispanics support building the fence.

If these kind of polling numbers continue, we willing be saying in 2016, President Donald Trump. Americans don’t want amnesty, they are sick and tired of illegal immigration and the damage it is causing to the USA. No one wants to hear that a fence can’t be built, they want it done NOW!!!


Donald Trump has made forcing the Mexican government to build a fence along the entire length of their border with the United States a major plank of his presidential campaign. Much of the border with Mexico is already fenced, but the Canadian border has long been unguarded and often unmonitored. In many areas the border is almost invisible, dividing American residents on one side of the street from the playground their children play in on the other side of the street. Scott Walker drew scorn and not a small amount of ridicule for appearing to suggest that the United States build a wall along the Canadian border.

YouGov’s latest research shows that most Americans (64%) support building a fence on the border – when that border is the one with Mexico. Only 27% of the American public oppose it. Even Democrats are evenly split (44% to 43%) while large majorities of independents (65%) and Republicans (87%) support a Mexican border fence.

THE GOP ODD COUPLE – Monmouth University Poll: Dr. Ben Carson Ties Donald Trump with 23% A Piece in Iowa … Carly Fiorina in 3rd Place with 10%

THE GOP POLITICAL ODD COUPLE: Ben Carson Ties Donald Trump in Iowa …

In the most recent Monmouth University poll, the soft spoken Ben Carson has tied the outspoken and never at a loss for words Donald Trump at 23%. The political odd couple could not be farther apart in style; however, has one very obvious similar characteristic, they are both political outsiders. The retired neurosurgeon has an incredible favorability rating of 81% favorably, compared with just 6% unfavorable.

Keeping up with the anti-political establishment theme, former business executive Carly Fiorina is in third place in the poll with 10%. How telling is this poll when it comes to Iowans and how they feel about the GOP establishment? Three candidates for the GOP nomination, Trump, Caron and Fiorina, garner 56% of the support. One would think the GOP would get a clue as to how pissed off the electorate is at them and their lack of action and guts they have put forth when the base has given them both the House and the Senate. Rounding out the rest of the poll is Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) at 9%, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker with 7%, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush came in at 5%, Ohio Gov. John Kasich and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio at 4% each, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul at 3%, and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee and former Sen. Rick Santorum (PA) with 2%.


Donald Trump and Ben Carson are tied for the lead of Republican presidential candidates in the first-in-the-nation caucus state of Iowa, according to a Monmouth University poll released on Monday.

The survey found Trump and Carson taking 23 percent support each.

It’s the first survey of Iowa released this month not to show Trump all alone at the top, and further evidence of Carson’s polling strength.

Retired neurosurgeon Carson has the best favorability rating in the field, with 81 percent saying they have a positive view of him, against only 6 percent who said they view him unfavorably.

While billionaire businessman Trump leads in the poll among Tea Party conservatives and men, Carson leads among Evangelicals and women.

Des Moines Register/Bloomberg Politics Iowa Poll: Donald Trump in the Lead at 23% While Ben Carson is Second at 18%

Republicans in Iowa want nothing to new with establishment political candidates …

According to the most recent Des Moines Register/Bloomberg Politics Iowa Poll, businessman Donald Trump leads the field with 23%, while retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson is second at 18%. The two front-running GOP candidates couldn’t be farther apart in personality and demeanor. However, they have something very much in common that is causing them to be one, two in the Iowa polls. They both are not professional politicians. They are both DC outsiders and the voters are rewarding them for it. Followed by Ted Cruz at 8%, Scott Walker at 8%, Jeb Bush at 6%, Marco Rubio at 6%, Carly Fiorina at 5%, Mike Huckabee at 4% and Rand Paul at 4%. As stated at the Political Wire, what is much more interest when it comes to Trump is that he has completely reversed his favorable/unfavorable rating from May 2015 when he had a then, 27% had positive feelings about him and 63% negative. Now, it’s 61% positive, 35% negative.


Donald Trump has built up tremendous support in Iowa — he’s very wealthy, he loves the Bible and he’d be just terrific as president of the United States. And he’s very handsome.

That’s according to interviews with some likely GOP caucusgoers in Iowa.

A new Des Moines Register/Bloomberg Politics Iowa Poll finds that Trump, the flamboyant real estate entrepreneur, has 23 percent support here. But Ben Carson, a soft-spoken retired neurosurgeon, has been a submarine, quietly cruising into second with 18 percent, just 5 percentage points from the front-runner.

Carson has the highest favorability rating of the 17 Republican candidates, with 79 percent who view him positively. Only 8 percent have negative feelings about him.

The GOP voting electorate is pissed off at the Republican establishment just as much as they are with Democrats. Republicans and namely Conservatives are sick and tired of Republican do-nothing politicians. They are fed up with giving the GOP both the House and the Senate and then having the GOP establishment and those in power because of seniority treat the GOP voting electorate worse than Democrats. Most conservatives would never vote for Trump; however, the Republican party establishment has reached a breaking point where its time to teach them a lesson.

Candidates who are political outsiders don’t seem to be just a summer fling, as some analysts had predicted, but a budding long-term relationship five months out from the first-in-the-nation Iowa caucuses.

Combine Trump, Carson and Fiorina — three candidates who have never been elected to any public office — and their support accounts for 46 percent of the vote.

Part of what’s driving their ballot share is a “mad as hell” contingent. Forty-three percent of likely GOP caucusgoers say they’re mad as hell about the Internal Revenue Service; 48 percent about Democrats in Congress; 57 percent with President Barack Obama; and 58 percent with Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton.

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