(INTELLIHUB) — Establishment insiders and the corporate controlled media just can’t handle the fact that GOP front-runner Donald J. Trump is now more popular than ever, showing 50% support from Republicans, despite concerted efforts to take him out.
That’s right, according to a new NBC survey, Trump has now reached 50% support from Republicans, which means there is simply no way that John Kasich or Ted Cruz will overtake Trump, short of a rigged convention. And if a rigged convention comes into play, there just might be riots on the streets as Trump has already pointed out on numerous occasions. And while the powers-that-be would like you to believe that Trump supports the type violence that would go along with such riots, the fact is the American people are likely just fed up with all of the corruption and collusion coming out of Washington.
“These results are according to the latest NBC News|SurveyMonkey Weekly Election Tracking poll conducted online from April 18 to April 24 of 10,707 adults aged 18 and over, including 9,405 registered voters”
“Support for Trump among most demographic groups has remained consistent in this week’s tracking poll compared to previous weeks. However, when just looking at Republicans, excluding independents who lean toward the Republican Party, he now enjoys 49 percent support compared to 43 percent last week. This 6-point gain is important, as Trump usually does well among independents, but has struggled to win over more traditional Republicans so far. Support for both John Kasich (15 percent) and Ted Cruz (28 percent) is down among Republicans compared to the past few weeks.” — NBC News
Looks like Establishment Republicans may have some catching up to do if they plan to win against Trump in the primaries. Moreover, it looks like Hillary may be in for it.
Shepard Ambellas is a journalist, filmmaker, film producer, radio talk show host and the founder and editor-in-chief of Intellihub News & Politics. Established in 2013, Intellihub.com is ranked in the upper 1% traffic tier on the World Wide Web. Read more from Shep’s World.