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TRUMP TUESDAY: Polls show Republican frontrunner will CRUSH rivals in crunch vote tomorrow

DONALD Trump looks set to become the Republican Party’s presumptive nominee after his latest poll numbers saw him crush all of his rival competition for the top job.mar16

Trump hits his highest poll number yet; Carson, Rubio make small gains

Billionaire businessman Donald Trump has led the Republican pack of presidential candidates since late July and shows no sign of slowing down

'He's right I am brilliant' Trump says of Putin

At the one-off even in Iowa, Trump did his usual dance, touting his high poll numbers and mocking his Republican and Democratic opponents - namely Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush

This new poll has all kinds of bad news for Donald Trump

Honeymoon is over: Trump's numbers drop across-the-board.

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New poll high for Trump as national survey puts him at 39 percent

Donald Trump is seeing his biggest numbers yet in the Quinnipiac University Poll, now receiving 39 percent support from the Republican electorate

Thx you Scotland for stepping up and letting the GOP Know... Trump's Republikkkan Nazi Fascist Hate is UNACCEPTABLE!!

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I'm not 'thin-skinned' says Trump, and I'm not petty

Trump and Bush provided some of the biggest fireworks during Tuesday night's Republican debate in Las Vegas, with Bush trying to hit Trump for some of his more bombastic statements, while the billionaire swatted back citing Bush's falling poll numbers. The day after the debate, Trump sent the above tweet

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Could Trump's massive polling numbers be under-selling him?

A Dartmouth University political scientist believes 'social desirability bias' may be at work in Trump's polling numbers - a theory that suggests Republican voters are less likely to express their support for him because they are shy or embarrassed to do so