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Trump still tops Republican polls

  • July 26, 2015

Republican presidential claimant Donald Trump speaks before a throng of over 3,500 Saturday, Jul 11, 2015, in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin) ORG XMIT: AZRF125

Republican presidential claimant Donald Trump speaks in Phoenix on Jul 11, 2015. (Ross D. Franklin, AP)

Even after a week of attacks over his critique of John McCain, Donald Trump continues to lead a Republican Party presidential field, a new CNN/ORC check says

Trump, during 18% among Republican and GOP-leaning voters, leads Jeb Bush during 15% and Scott Walker with 10%, a consult says.

The many other Republican possibilities are in singular digits.

“Trump’s subsidy has climbed 6 points given a late-June poll, while support for Bush and Walker has not altered significantly,” CNN reports.

Two other NBC News-Marist polls also uncover Trump doing good in a early competition states of Iowa and New Hampshire.

The billionaire leads in New Hampshire with 21%, followed by Bush during 14%, and Walker during 12%.

Walker, a administrator of Wisconsin, leads in adjacent Iowa with 19%, followed by Trump during 17%, and Bush during 12%, according to a NBC-Marist survey.

Reports NBC News

The polls were conducted Jul 14-21 — so before and after Trump’s argumentative comments belittling John McCain’s fight record on Jul 18. And they advise a comments didn’t impact Trump in Iowa (he was during 16% before a comments and 18% after), though they did harm him in New Hampshire (26% before, 14% after).

In an talk on CNN’s State of a Union 

“This is some-more than me,” Trump said. “This is a transformation going on. People are sleepy of these amateurish politicians in Washington that can’t get anything done. They can’t make deals. They can’t do anything.”

Despite his momentum, many Republicans do not see Trump indeed winning a GOP Republican assignment subsequent year — 31% design Bush to be a nominee, while 22% trust Trump will be. Another 14% envision a Walker nomination.

CNN reports

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