The poll might just show Donald John Trump, Sr., 64, as a second placer in the latest GOP or Republican poll on who might be this political party’s potential bet against the Democratic Party’s in the 2012 U.S. .
Trailing behing Mitt Romney who got a 21 percent support and tying with Mikewherein they both got 17 percent Trump bested Newt Gingrich who got 11 percent, Sarah Palin 10 percent and Tim Pawlenty 6 percent.
GOP, which is the Republican Party’s nickname that stands for Grand Old Party, is one of the two major contemporary political parties in the U.S. along with the Democratic Party. GOP has the second most registered voters and as of 2004 totals to 55 million which is roughly one-third of the U.S. electorate. However the Democratic party boasts of 72 million voters as of 2004 and is the party where President Barack Obama belongs.
One of the two bright hopes for Trump being GOP’s bet is the result of a poll released earlier this week that found him to be the one who might topple Romney’sin .
The New Hampshire primary is the first primary in the quadrennial U.S.cycle which is the process of choosing the Democratic and Republican nominees for the presidential elections.
Public Policy Polling says that without Trump in the game Romney sits at 31 percent which is actually a 16-point lead over Huckabee. But once Trump joins in the race Romney would just be ahead by six points which could easily change in Trump’s favor.
Likewise Trump is leading the entire potential U.S. candidates favored by the Tea Party.
Though not a political party the Tea Party is a political movement that has caucuses in the House of Representatives and the Senate of the United States. Ashows almost 80% of Tea Party members consider themselves to be Republicans.
The psychology of Trump’s popularity may be the reason for the sudden surge of the possibility of this business magnate, socialite, author and television personality running as the Republican’s best bet for United States’ 2012 Presidential Elections.
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