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Poll: Would you vote for Donald Trump?

A lot of Americans seem to be leaning that way.

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DONALD TRUMP IS still surging ahead in opinion polls, casting other candidates aside in the battle for the GOP nomination in the presidential election.

This is despite an array of controversial headlines in recent weeks. Writing this morning on TheJournal.ie, Larry Donnelly argues that what makes him so powerful is that he taps into the fear and anger of ordinary Americans.

“In short, Americans are angry about a lot of things,” he said, “A large percentage of the electorate, including many older voters, think that the ‘American Dream’ is close to dead.”

But what if you had a vote in the US presidential election? Would you vote for Donald Trump?


Poll Results:

No (12796)
Yes (2676)
I don't know (517)



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