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23%. That's the current percentage of Republican voters nationally polled that say they would vote for Donald Trump, over all other 16 candidates currently running for nomination.
That's a whole 10% more than his closest competition at the moment, being Jeb Bush (currently polling at 13%).
The rest of the voting pie is divided among the other 15 candidates, with the likes of Walker, Huckabee, Carson, Cruz, Rubio, Rand, and finally Christie getting a majority of the other voter's consideration.
So, with this being fact, what does this say to you about Donald Trump's actual chances of winning the Republican nomination? Being that he doesn't have any experience in a government position, do you think he seriously has a chance against someone like Bush or Walker, in the long run?
The one thing Trump does have going for him is that he is very rich. And running a campaign takes money over all else. So if any one candidate had the means to fund themselves to victory, it definitely would be Trump.