White House: Trump Remains GOP front runner by 63% Vs Hillary Clinton 85% with DNC

This Sept. 16, 2013 photo, Donald Trump appears on the "Fox & friends" television program in New York. He's been a real estate mogul, a tabloid fixture and a reality TV star. And now Donald Trump, perennial self-promoter, is toying with the idea of challenging New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Trump, saying the state's high taxes and tight gun-control laws make the popular Democratic incumbent vulnerable, has met with Republican leaders and has pledged to spend tens of millions of dollars on a potential campaign. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

TrumpNEWSZENTS The latest Rasmussen Reports weekly Trump Change survey finds that 63% of Likely Republican Voters believe Trump is likely to be their party’s nominee next year, up from 59%last week and more in line with recent surveying. This includes 24% who think Trump is Very Likely to win the GOP race, up from 19% last week but still down from 30% three weeks ago. Thirty-four percent (34%) of GOP voters say Trump is unlikely to win the nomination, but just nine percent (9%) consider it Not At All Likely. (To see survey question wording, click here.)

Overall belief among Republican voters that the billionaire developer is likely to win the nomination spiked to a high of 74% in late October but has generally run in the mid-50s for most weeks since Rasmussen Reports began the weekly survey in mid-August.Hillary-Clinton-at-senate-015

Among all likely voters, 51% think Trump is the likely Republican nominee, while 43% disagree. This includes 20% who say it’s Very Likely and 15% who feel it’s Not At All Likely. This marks a slight improvement over recent surveys.

Following the attacks in Paris by radical Islamic terrorists, Trump characterized President Obama’s decision to let 10,000 Syrian refugees into the United States next year as the “ultimate Trojan horse”, referring to the potential for terrorists to enter the country with them. Most voters share Trump’s national security concerns and oppose allowing those refugees to come here.

Fifty-three percent (53%) of voters not affiliated with either major political party think it’s likely Trump will win the nomination, including 20% who say that’s Very Likely. Most Democrats still think Trump is unlikely to go all the way.

Men and voters under 40 give Trump a better chance than women and older voters do.

Most whites (55%) consider a Trump nomination likely, while most blacks (61%) disagree. Other minority voters are more evenly divided.




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