If the 2016 Presidential Election Was Held Today, Here’s How GOP Contenders Would Fare

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These ‘election results’ are based on a voting poll which currently appears on the website Breitbart.com on 8.27.2015.  Interestingly, neither Jeb Bush or Chris Christie got enough votes to even make the top five. Hmmm. Trump’s whopping 38% of votes is decidedly larger than other official media polls and news broadcasts which show him at about 24-28%.

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As I was completing this post, the poll statistics on  The Donald jumped once again, and he is now polling at 40%. Here’s related info along with some other interesting poll numbers:

[ Courtesy Breitbart.com article http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/08/26/poll-donald-trump-sets-record-hits-40-percent-in-new-poll/ ]

Trump, Carson, and Fiorina three of the top five GOP presidential candidates, have never held office.

The Gravis results were as follows:

Donald Trump – 40.1%

Ben Carson – 13%

Jeb Bush – 10%

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX)

 
96%
 

– 7 %

Carly Fiorina – 5.2%

John Kasich – 4.8%

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL)

 
80%
 

– 4.7%

Mike Huckabee – 3.7%

Scott Walker – 3.5%

Rick Perry – 1.5%

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY)

 
93%
 

– 1.5%

Chris Christie – 1.4%

George Pataki – 1.1%

Rick Santorum – 1%

Bobby Jindal – 0.9%

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC)

 
47%
 

– 0.6%

The poll surveyed 3,567 voters randomly across the United States. It had a margin of error of plus or minus two percent and was conducted August 21-22.

[ Don’t shoot the messenger!  :-) ]