Forty-one percent of Republican voters now stand with The Donald, up from 39 percent last month.
He’s besting second-place finisher Ted Cruz by 22 points and the Texas senator is the only other GOP candidate polling in double-digits.
More than two-thirds of Republicans surveyed now say that Trump is the likeliest of the full bench of candidates to win the GOP nomination.
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Hello, it’s me: Donald Trump has reached 41 percent support in the crowded GOP primary field, according to the new poll by CNN/ORC, which was released today
Donald Trump has a huuuuuuge lead nationally in the Republican race with a number of establishment candidates polling in single digits. Those not on the graph are polling below 3 percent
Nationally, Ted Cruz is trailing GOP frontunner Donald Trump by 22 points. One in four Republicans are excited about the prospect of the Texas senator winning the GOP nomination
Besides Trump and Cruz, who’s polling at 19 percent, slightly up from the 18 percent he was receiving in late December, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio stands at 8 percent, retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson is at 6 percent – down from the 10 percent he was receiving last month – the biggest dip of any candidate.
Next comes former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush at 5 percent and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie at 4 percent.
No other Republican candidate is polling above 3 percent.
Beyond Trump’s new record high, the field didn’t see much movement within the last four weeks, with the poll’s margin of error being plus or minus 5 percent.
Trump is now dominating over a range of GOP subgroups, CNN reported, including both men and women, younger and older voters, white evangelicals, conservatives, Republicans and independents who lean Republican.
There are two groups that Trump doesn’t perform as well for – college students and tea party supporters – but even there, he’s still in the lead.
Third place: Marco Rubio hasn’t moved out of third place in a month and just 18 percent of Republicans are enthusiastic about the Florida senator winning the GOP nomination
Now, 70 percent of Trump supporters say they’re sticking with their candidate, versus 40 percent who support other GOP candidates.
The Donald brings the most enthusiasm with him as well, as 40 percent of Republican voters say they’d be pumped if he won the nomination, versus 25 percent for Cruz and 18 percent for Rubio.
And voters think he’s a winner.
Today, 56 percent of registered voters believe Trump will clench his party’s nomination.
When just Republicans were asked that number increases to 68 percent.
Additionally, 63 percent of Republicans surveyed think Trump is the best candidate to win the general election, against either Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders.
Just 16 percent say the same thing about Cruz and 10 percent said this about Rubio, with no other Republican polling in the double-digits.
In what’s bad news for Bush, last summer 40 percent of registered voters believed that he would be the Republican nominee come spring.
Now, that number stands at 5 percent.