YES! This is an incredible turn of events!
According to a breaking report, it seems as though 86% of all Republicans believe that Donald Trump can not only win the Republican nomination, but also the general election.
This is in stark contrast to nearly every GOP political pundit. We here at Yes I’m Right have kept saying that Trump is loved by only the people that matter, the voters.
Now, it seems that fact is really hitting home.
Donald Trump has emerged as the front-runner for the GOP nomination by winning over roughly a third of Republicans in the early voting states and in preference polls, packing his rallies with men and women, evangelical Christians and military veterans, blue-collar workers and wealthy retirees.
His critics have argued for months he’ll never be able to grow that wide-but-only-so-deep coalition by clashing with Pope Francis, attacking former President George W. Bush and skipping debates like he did once in Iowa. His negatives, they say, are just too high.
But a new AP-GfK poll finds registered Republicans and GOP-leaning voters put Trump at the top of the still-unwieldy GOP field when it comes to which candidate fits best with their stand on the issues. They give Trump the best marks for competence and decisiveness.
Far more Republicans than not say they’d vote for Trump in the general election, and 86 percent of Republican voters think he can win in November – giving him a 15 percentage point advantage over his nearest rival.
And that’s not all the good news. There’s more!
If the number of Republican candidates shrinks as expected after Saturday’s primary in South Carolina, Tuesday’s Nevada caucuses and on Super Tuesday on March 1, the Trump coalition, it would appear, has plenty of room to grow.
Essentially meaning that after securing a few key wins, Trump would be nearly unstoppable. All aboard the Trump Train!