MORE HUGE polling for Ted Cruz!!

Yesterday we had a Des Moines Register poll, that Trump doubted because they hate him, that showed Ted Cruz is pummeling him in Iowa. Today we have another faked poll from Faux News that hates Trump because they’re showing the same thing.

More from Faux News:

Ted Cruz and Donald Trump are the top two candidates Iowa Republican caucus-goers say are the most qualified to handle the top two issues facing the country — the economy and national security.

That gives them front-runner status in a new Fox News poll of Iowa likely caucus-goers.

The poll, released Sunday, also finds Hillary Clinton leads Bernie Sanders by double-digits among Democrats in the Hawkeye State.

Cruz garners 28 percent support and Trump 26 percent among GOP likely caucus-goers.  Together they command more than half of the total support. Rubio comes in third with 13 percent. Carson, the Iowa front-runner in October, is fourth with 10 percent. Those four compose the clear top tier.

Five percent back Jeb Bush and Rand Paul.  All other candidates come in at two percent or less.

When the results are narrowed to just those GOP caucus-goers who say they will “definitely” attend, Cruz’s advantage over Trump increases: 32 percent vs. 25 percent.  Trump has a 3-point edge over Cruz among those who say they will “probably” attend.



And also….

GOP caucus-goers who identify as “very” conservative help propel Cruz in Iowa, as 4 in 10 back him (42 percent).  Trump comes in second with 23 percent and Carson gets 14 percent among this group.

White evangelical Christians are a significant voting bloc in Iowa and they also put Cruz on top, although by a narrower margin.  He gets 31 percent compared to 24 percent for Trump.  Another 14 percent go for Rubio and 10 percent Carson.

Caucus-goers with a college degree prefer Cruz by 5 points (26 vs. 21 percent), while those without a degree go for Trump by 3 points (32 vs. 29 percent).

Cruz gets his highest support — 48 percent — from those who are part of the Tea Party movement — that’s double Trump’s 24 percent.

Meanwhile, Cruz has more room than Trump to grow his support in Iowa.  Three in 10 caucus-goers say they could “never” support Trump (30 percent), while just 6 percent say the same about Cruz.  Nearly a quarter (23 percent) says they couldn’t back Bush, and roughly one in 10 couldn’t back Christie, Kasich, Paul and Graham.

Dang. The poll is from randomly drawn 807 Iowa caucus-goers, but they clearly cherry picked all the total losers. 

Damn straight!!!

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