Conservative businessman Donald J. Trump’s Republican primary delegate math already looks solid, but the political establishment is hoping that Super Tuesday (today!) would be a surprising disappointment for Trump.
Trump’s numbers have been at record-breaking high levels for months, but Senators Marco Rubio (R-FL) and Ted Cruz (R-TX) have been on the attack, spending millions of dollars in key states trying to embarrass Trump.
With voters already lining up at the polls, Trump received amazing news… not only is he leading in delegates, but 81% of likely Republican voters now believe Trump will be the Republican nominee!
This is clear evidence that even the GOP party bosses are conceding defeat. Incredible!
The latest Rasmussen Reports weekly Trump Change national survey finds that 81% of Likely Republican Voters now believe the billionaire businessman will win the GOP nomination, with 45% who say it is Very Likely. Both are the highest findings to date. A week ago, heading into the South Carolina primary and Nevada caucus, 71% of GOP voters expected a Trump win, with 36% who saw it as Very Likely.
Just 15% now think Trump is unlikely to be nominated. That’s down from 24% last week and includes only six percent (6%) who say it’s Not At All Likely.
Among all likely voters, 70% feel Trump is the likely Republican nominee, with 37% who consider it Very Likely. This compares to 58% and 25% a week ago and are also the highest findings to date. Only 23% say a Trump nomination is unlikely, including eight percent (8%) who believe it to be Not At All Likely.
Clearly, the Trump Train is unstoppable, and it is very unlikely that anything could change this outcome. After all, Trump is already ahead of where Governor Mitt Romney and Senator John McCain (R-AZ) were in the delegate counts at this point in their campaigns.
No matter what, this is game over for the political establishment.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 29, 2016
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