Donald Trump might have a movement on his hands, but Newton’s Third Law states every action has an equal and opposite reaction. The #NeverTrump movement is in full force and Trump has yet to secure the Republican nomination, meaning there is yet another Super Tuesday to deal with.
Here is a look at what happened over the weekend and how things are shaping up in Tuesday’s races.
• Cruz 66%, Rubio 19%, Trump 7%
• Rubio 37%, Kasich 35%, Trump 13%
Top Three in the Polls
• Kasich 33%, Trump 33%, Cruz 27%
• Trump 38%, Cruz 34%, Kasich 16%
• Trump 44%, Cruz 24%, Rubio 21%
Recent Historical Look at Candidates Approval Ratings
Donald Trump might be a strong primary candidate, but a lot of his positions put him behind the eight ball come the general election.
Here is a look at some of the recent nominees approval ratings over the years.
• 1992 – Bill Clinton -12
• 1996 – Bob Dole -4
• 2000 – George Bush +12
• 2000 – Al Gore +10
• 2004 – John Kerry +12
• 2008 – John McCain +20
• 2008 – Barrack Obama +18
• 2008 – Hillary Clinton +2
• 2016 – Hillary Clinton -12
• 2016 – Donald Trump -39
“Hispanics Love Me”
Do they Donald? Really? You might think so, but the numbers tell a different story. Hispanics that hold no opinion on the race have a -65 percent approval rating and those who do have an opinion are even lower at -73 percent.
These numbers all point towards a rough November for Mr. Trump, but he might not even get there if co-host Pat Gray’s prediction comes true.
“Ted Cruz must have it. Must have the northern Marianas. Now, we don't give a crap about the southern Marianas. The southern Marianas don't matter at all. They're irrelevant completely. Irrelevant. But the northern Marianas, Ted Cruz will win, and that will sweep him to the nomination. That's my prediction,” Pat said.