Donald Trump has taken the lead from Ted Cruz in Iowa, but the two are in a dead heat just days away from the caucuses. With Iowa’s status as the first contest in the GOP Presidential primary, the stakes are high.
And don’t forget: our last two Presidents, Obama and Bush, both won Iowa. It matters.
According to The Hill:
“Donald Trump and Ted Cruz are running neck and neck in Iowa 10 days before the caucuses there, a new poll finds.
According to a Loras College survey released Thursday, Trump takes 26 percent support over Cruz’s 25 percent. That’s well within the poll’s 4.4 percentage point margin of error.
The senator from Texas held a healthy lead in the mid-December version of the poll, with 30 percent support then to Trump’s 23 percent. Around the same time, Cruz overtook Trump in the RealClearPolitics average of Iowa polls, but Trump has regained the top spot a month later, holding a slim 2.2 percentage point advantage.”
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