When billionaire businessman Donald Trump initially announced his candidacy for president, most political experts did not take him seriously. Some even considered his run for the Whtie House to be a joke . . .
As if to confirm Trump’s validity, polls released from eight states holding primaries on Super Tuesday show him to be in the lead.
In a report from Breitbart, an Alabama poll conducted by Master Image shows Trump ahead with 36 percent, well ahead of Marco Rubio’s 19 percent and Ted Cruz’s 12 percent.
Three separate polls in Georgia all have Trump with commanding leads. The TEGNA/Survey USA poll has Trump with a whopping 45 percent to Rubio’s 19 and Cruz’s 16. The Fox 5 Atlanta poll has Trump at 34 and Rubio and Cruz at 22 percent and 20 percent, respectively. And the WSB-TV/Landmark poll has Trump at 32 percent to Rubio’s 23 percent and Cruz’s 19 percent.
The WBUR poll released a few days ago places Trump’s lead over Rubio in Massachusetts at 40 percent to 19 percent. Kasich also received 19 percent, while Cruz only received 10 percent.
Alaska Dispatch News conducted a Republican poll, which was made public Jan. 23. This poll showed Trump leading Cruz, 27.9 percent to 23.8 percent. Based on the primary victories Trump has had since this poll, his lead may have increased. (Read more from “Polls for All 12 Super Tuesday States Just Released – They Reveal Something HUGE for This Candidate” HERE)