Lat­est Pres­i­den­tial Polls: All Eyes On Iowa

Latest Presidential Polls: All Eyes On Iowa

As for­mer Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump con­tin­ues to dom­i­nate nation­al and state polls in the GOP pri­ma­ry, trail­ing Repub­li­can can­di­dates are plac­ing their time, ener­gy, and mon­ey on the Iowa cau­cus­es. 
Can­di­date and Sen­a­tor Tim Scott (R‑SC) said last week that for his cam­paign, “it’s Iowa or bust,” while Flori­da Gov­er­nor Ron DeSan­tis has moved a large por­tion of his cam­paign staff to the Hawk­eye State in an attempt to gain some ear­ly momen­tum and keep his strug­gling pres­i­den­tial bid alive. Mean­while, for­mer South Car­oli­na Gov­er­nor Nik­ki Haley is gain­ing ground in Iowa as the cau­cus­es approach. 
But accord­ing to the lat­est polls, Iowa vot­ers still heav­i­ly favor Trump as their first-choice can­di­date as the cal­en­dar inch­es clos­er to the Jan­u­ary 15 cau­cus­es. 
Accord­ing to an Iowa St./Civiqs sur­vey of 425 like­ly cau­cus­go­ers tak­en between Octo­ber 6–10, Trump was the first choice among 55% of them, while DeSan­tis was at 17 …