The top polling Republican candidates were duking it out Thursday when they take the stage for the first debate of the 2016 campaign.
It’s the first really good news and really bad news for Republicans seeking the presidential nomination: Who’s in the first prime-time debate and who’s not.
Twenty-four percent of Republican primary voters surveyed said they favor the real estate magnate and reality TV star in 2016.
According to a poll from the Suffolk University Political Research Center, 11 percent of GOP voters in New Hampshire support Trump, who finished second by just three points to the frontrunner, ex-Florida Gov. Jeb Bush.
Real estate mogul Donald Trump officially announced his candidacy for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination.
“We don’t have bullying in our program,” Snyder told the New York Daily News. “We’re not in the basketball program. I’ve never seen anything at Rutgers that was abusive at all.”