It’s early, but Donald Trump leads all Republican nominees with 17-25% of the vote, followed closely by Jeb Bush with 14-15% of primary voters, depending on which polls you look at.
One thing is for sure, it’s going to be a very interesting election cycle. Follow our website for updates, predictions, strategy, and analysis.
So far, we have 17 candidates all vying for the Republican nomination. They include some of the more well known and expected candidates in Ted Cruz, John Kasich, Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush, Bobby Jindal, Chris Christie, Ben Carson, Rick Santorum, Rand Paul, Lindsey Graham, Carly Fiorina, Mike Huckabee, Scott Walker, Rick Perry, and a few other lesser known candidates.
We don’t think most of these have a chance.
The ones that will probably last the longest and challenge Trump will likely be Rubio, Cruz, Bush, and Kasich.
In talking to people across the country there is this feeling of rejection of Washington. People want an outsider. George W. Bush was able to run as an outsider, and it appears that Trump is positioning himself similarly. Not just as an outsider, but as a complete anti-establishment candidate. He isn’t holding back and is blasting the competition away with his abrasive style.
And it’s working.