By Thomas Madison

Shockingly awesome numbers from a recent CNN/ORC poll show Donald Trump with 44% of ALL voters judging him the best candidate on either side to change the way Washington works for the the better. That is ALL candidates, Dems, Reps, socialists, greenies, Tea Partiers, independents of every stripe, and all the rest who make up this great melting pot we affectionately refer to as the American electorate.

If the brain-dead Republican Party is going to throw away their frontrunner, then the third party option looks very promising!

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From David Sherfinski, The Washington Times

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Another poll shows businessman Donald Trump outpacing his 2016 GOP presidential rivals in Iowa, with voters giving him high marks on issues ranging from the economy to illegal immigration and saying he’s the candidate that’s the most electable and the most likely to shake upWashington.

Mr. Trump was the first choice of 22 percent of likely Iowa caucus-goers, followed by retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson at 14 percent and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker at 9 percent, according to the CNN/ORC poll released Wednesday.

They were followed by Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas at 8 percent, former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee at 7 percent apiece, and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky and Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida all at 5 percent each.

Recent surveys from Suffolk University and Public Policy Polling also putMr. Trump in the lead in the early caucus state.

Thirty-seven percent of voters said Mr. Trump would do the best job handling the economy; Ms. Fiorina was next at 10 percent. Thirty-five percent said Mr. Trump would do the best on illegal immigration, withMr. Cruz in a distant second at 12 percent. Voters also said Mr. Trumpwould do the best handling terrorism, with Mr. Cruz in second at 13 percent.

And 44 percent of voters chose Mr. Trump as the candidate who “is most likely to change the way things work in Washington,” with no other candidate reaching double digits.

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