Ironically, as pundits ask the traditionally reasonable question, "What do white working class males see in Trump?" Their egregious demographic-speak calls out the very cultural divide they seek to explain. In fact, these Trump voters are not likely to be self-defining as "working class white men."
The GOP primary saw more national surveys online and more live phone surveys of Iowa and New Hampshire.
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Trump defied expectations to become the presumptive nominee. Can he do it again?
And despite tons of evidence that spanking is bad for kids, lots of Americans seem to be OK with it.
Trump’s chances of securing the nomination are increasing.
The state’s demographics favor Ted Cruz, but the economics and polls point to a Donald Trump win.
"After the early days of the campaign, no underdog has ever won the Democratic nomination."
The Texas senator has bigger problems to worry about.