Zogby Analytics presidential poll  |  Nationwide

September 18-19, 2015

Real estate mogul Trump has widened his lead to 20 points in a brand new Zogby Analytics poll taken after the second Republican presidential debate. The new poll of 405 likely Republican primary/caucus voters nationwide with a margin of sampling error of +/- 5.0 percentage points, conducted September 18-19, shows Mr. Trump with 33% (up 2 points from his pre-debate 31%). In second place is neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson who actually dropped 3 points to 13%. Former Hewlett Packard CEO Carly Fiorina, widely considered to be the big winner in the debate, moved up from just 2% last week to 7% and fourth place in the new poll - just 2 points behind former Florida Governor Jeb Bush's 9% (which is exactly where he was last week).
 
Sample size: ± 405 likely Republican primary/caucus voters
Margin of error: ± 5.00
Poll source | Zogby Analytics
 


 
Donald Trump poll Donald Trump
   test   33.00%  
Ben Carson poll Ben Carson
   test   13.00%  
Jeb Bush poll Jeb Bush
   test   9.00%  
Carly Fiorina poll Carly Fiorina
   test   7.00%  
Ted Cruz poll Ted Cruz
   test   5.00%  
John Kasich poll John Kasich
   test   4.00%  
Rand Paul poll Rand Paul
   test   4.00%  
Marco Rubio poll Marco Rubio
   test   4.00%  
Chris Christie poll Chris Christie
   test   3.00%  
Mike Huckabee poll Mike Huckabee
   test   2.00%  
Scott Walker poll Scott Walker
   test   2.00%  



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