Trump achieved as 28% of the intention to vote among voters Republicans, and 23% Cruz
Hillary Clinton , by the democrats, and Donald Trump , among Republicans, lead the last survey published today by the leading newspaper of Iowa, the Des Moines Register ahead of the caucus of that state -asambleas popular-, They will have to place the near Mondays.
The survey shows that the billionaire has regained advantage over his opponent far stronger, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz while former Secretary of State maintains its narrow advantage over Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders .
Trump achieved as the 28% of the voting intention among Republican voters, and 23% Cross although the legislature gets more popular than the real estate mogul.
While the former Florida governor Jeb Bush and the governor of New Jersey, Chris Christie, candidates of the party apparatus, they can not get out of its stagnation (2% and 3% respectively) , Florida Sen. Marco Rubio is in third place with 15%, followed by the neurosurgeon Ben Carson with 10% .
Among the democrats, Clinton has maintained a tight grip on his narrow lead over Sanders, achieving 45% of the vote between democrats asamblestas, while Senator reaches 42% and the third of the applicants, former governor of Maryland Martin O’Malley falls far short, getting only 3% support.
The support of the former first lady is also three percentage points more of what obtained in a survey conducted by the same newspaper earlier this month, while Sanders adds 2%.
The survey was carried out between 26 and 29 January to 602 voters democrats recorded in Iowa and 602 other Republican registered voters in the state and margin of error is four percentage points less ms .