It’s the biggest day of the Republican presidential primaries. In one day alone, 595 delagates are available to the remaining candidates. But out of all the polling, what matters isn’t what’s going on nationally, but what’s happening in the 12 states where primaries are going on.
Each state is different, with various demographics and political environments. And while Donald J. Trump has a commanding lead, it’s impossible to discount the millions of dollars Senators Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Marco Rubio (R-FL) just spent on television advertising and sophisticated get-out-the-vote efforts.
Now we have the first total average of each Super Tuesday primary results, while the polls are still open. From Real Clear Politics, their averaging of all available data makes it the most reliable source of polling information.
If things remain as expected, THIS is how tonight’s final election results will be! This is incredible:
— Brandon (@Brand_Allen) March 1, 2016
Most surprisingly, it appears that Marco Rubio’s home state of Florida is slipping away from him. If true, today is definitely the last day of a serious presidential campaign.
And this will only continue to solidify Donald Trump’s lead. Unless there is some fancy footwork at a brokered convention in Cleveland, Trump is definitely the GOP nominee.
Here’s a report on Super Tuesday:
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