New Poll: Trump Opens Up Big Lead In Iowa!


Iowa has voted for Democrats in 5 out of the last 6 Presidential elections. Obama beat Romney 52% to 46% in 2012.

The pro-Democrat trend in Iowa may be about to change.

According to a new Quinnipiac poll, Donald Trump has opened up a big lead in Iowa:

IOWA: Trump 44 – Clinton 37, Johnson 10

Trump also wins the gender battle among Iowa likely voters, with a 52 – 26 percent lead among men, to Clinton’s 47 – 37 percent lead among women.

Johnson gets his biggest tally among Iowa independent voters, 19 percent, with 38 percent for Trump and 33 percent for Clinton. Republicans back Trump 86 – 4 percent, while Democrats back Clinton 83 – 5 percent.

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“Donald Trump is running better in Iowa than other Midwestern states and that shows in his lead in this poll. He has a slight lead among independent voters, but his margin there may be heavily tied to demographics.

Of course, the pollsters couldn’t conclude without a slightly racist hit at Trump supporters:

Iowa, with a voting bloc that is overwhelmingly white, lacks the kind of large minority population that has fueled Hillary Clinton’s lead in some of the large industrial states,” Brown said.

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If Iowa goes Republican this year, that shortens the path to 270 electoral votes.

And puts Trump closer to the White House. A few more states, and he’s there!

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