Donald Trump is leading in every poll in every state in the super Tuesday polls. A review of the latest last minute super Tuesday polls. A state by state discussion.
With 600 delegates at stake in just 2 days, a sweep will put Mr. Trump more than half-was to being the official nominee. Cruz just pulled ahead in Texas., but within the margin of error.
Super Tuesday could cripple every Establishment Republican presidential candidate.
The best-case scenario for Trump would put him far ahead of his rivals in the race for delegates, and super tuesday polls have him leading everywhere that Republicans are voting. Trump will surely leave Super Tuesday with enough delegates to remain at the front of the race.
About 600 delegates are up for grabs, more than a quarter of all delegates that will be handed out throughout the primary. Though every state is required by party rules to divide those delegates proportionally, rules setting minimum thresholds could end up shutting out Cruz or Rubio if they fall even narrowly short. Happy days.
Alabama primary; 50 delegates
Immigration hard liner Sessions endorsed Trump today.
Alaska caucuses; 28 delegates
We’re guessing. Pollsters watch the migration of the moose to see if people will vote.
Arkansas primary; 40 delegates
Trump has made dozens of stops here and broken attendance records at multiple venues.
Georgia primary; 76 delegates
Trump Country. Huge crowds, and utter madness for the “Make America Great Again” message
Massachusetts primary; 42 delegates
They will vote Trump because of his presence during the New Hampshire primaries. eagan Democrat/independent voters is already spooking Democrats about Trump’s strength for the general election.
Minnesota caucuses; 38 delegates
Trump never went there, and has no organization on the ground. He might still win it!
Oklahoma primary; 43 delegates
Closed Republican Primary in one of the most conservative states. Polls have shown Trump holding a solid but potentially surmountable lead.
Tennessee primary; 58 delegates
Middle Tennessee State University poll taken in mid-January showed Trump lapping the field with 33 percent to Cruz’s 17 percent.
Texas primary; 155 delegates
The big one. It’s too close to call between Trump and Cruz. If Cruz can mobilize the large Hispanic population to might just snatch this one away from Mr. Trump.
Vermont primary; 16 delegates
rump is dominant and trailed distantly by a second-place Rubio.
Virginia primary; 49 delegates
Donald Trump held a double-digit lead over Rubio and Cruz in recent polls of the state.
Wyoming convention; 29 delegates
Wyoming will send its 29 delegates to the July convention unbound, like Guam and North Dakota. Get smart Wyoming – get in line with the other states!