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Donald Trump Still Leads in Iowa—but That's Not What Should Have the GOP Worried

Another poll, another good day for Donald Trump. The latest Des Moines Register-Bloomberg survey has the brassy billionaire leading the GOP field in Iowa by 5 points over Ben Carson and another 10 points over everyone else. That, though,...Show More Summary

73 percent of Trump's Iowa supporters back deporting all 11 million undocumented immigrants

More illuminating polling on Trump supporters via a Des Moines Register/Bloomberg Politics survey of Iowa GOP caucusgoers: Round them up, nearly half of likely Iowa Republican caucusgoers say. Forty-seven percent say it's a good idea...Show More Summary

Morning Plum: Donald Trump’s supporters want mass deportations, new poll finds

Why, oh why, are Republican voters rallying around Donald Trump in such alarmingly large numbers? Maybe this Des Moines Register poll finding out of Iowa, which was just released this morning, provides a clue: Round them up, nearly half of likely Iowa Republican caucusgoers say. Forty-seven percent say it’s a good idea to gather up an […]

Nearly Half of Iowa Republicans Want to Round Up Immigrants

A new Des Moines Register poll in Iowa finds 47% of likely GOP caucusgoers say it’s a good idea to gather up an estimated 11 million immigrants who are in the United States illegally and send them to their home [...]

Biden's White House Ambitions May Die in Iowa—Again

Joe Biden's 2008 campaign died on the evening of the Iowa caucuses. "So many of you have sacrificed for me and I am so indebted to you," Biden told supporters in a speech in Des Moines announcing that he was shutting down his campaign, shortly after the results had come in. Show More Summary

Can This Genius Strategy Stop Big Ag from Dumping Fertilizer Into Drinking Water?

Gary Taxali Corn is to Iowa what oil is to Texas—so it's not every day that an Iowa official takes on the state's biggest industry. But Bill Stowe, CEO and general manager of Des Moines Water Works, has had it with Big Ag. It "rules the roost in this world," he says. Show More Summary

Iowa Pheasant Survey Jumps 37 Percent, Highest Count Since 2007

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Pheasants Forever partnerships aimed at continuing Iowa’s pheasant rebound Des Moines, Iowa – September 1, 2015 – The Iowa Department of Natural The post Iowa Pheasant Survey Jumps 37 Percent, Highest Count Since 2007 appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.

Bernie Sanders’s Surge in Iowa from Attractiveness of His Ideas: Poll

Phil Mattingly | Bloomberg Business | (Video News Report) | – – “Hillary Clinton saw her support in Iowa dwindle as voters boosted Bernie Sanders in the latest Bloomberg Politics/ Des Moines

Trump video goes after Bush on immigration

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Donald Trump is going after Republican presidential rival Jeb Bush with a new campaign video about immigration. In the video, Bush is shown saying in a 2014 interview that illegal immigration is "not a felony" but rather an "act of love."

Perry campaign will have 1 paid staffer in Iowa

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Rick Perry's cash-strapped presidential campaign is set to keep going in Iowa with just one paid staffer and some volunteers. The former Texas governor's senior Iowa strategist, Robert Haus, says the Republican campaign will have one paid operative for now. Show More Summary

Early states highlight 2016 GOP’s field advantage

The Des Moines Register/Bloomberg Politics poll released over the weekend raises a number of interesting considerations. Moreover, it emphasizes the degree to which the Democrats have painted themselves into a corner. Most striking, we can get a taste of Donald Trump’s eventual demise. Trump enjoys nonstop media coverage and has not been targeted with any […]

Scott Walker's fall from grace

Scott Walker circa February 2015 — the good old days. The latest Iowa poll from the Des Moines Register/Bloomberg showing Donald Trump at 23 percent, Ben Carson at 18 percent, and Scott Walker falling all the way back to 8 percent (tied...Show More Summary

One of the key arguments against taking Donald Trump's candidacy seriously is evaporating

Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump continues to build momentum, both nationally and in key early states like Iowa. Case in point: A new Bloomberg Politics/Des Moines Register poll of the state, released over the weekend, which provided new reasons to treat his candidacy with seriousness. Show More Summary

Waking Up With the Republican Establishment Nightmare

The appearance of an Ann Selzer Iowa Poll (cosponsored by the Des Moines Register and Bloomberg Politics) over the weekend must have felt for Establishment Republicans like the cliched moment...

Is Ben Carson’s Moment Next?

Rick Klein: “The retired neurosurgeon has none of Donald Trump’s showmanship, and he isn’t even a middle-of-the-night attack-Tweeter. But he is in a strong second place in Iowa, just five points behind Trump in the new Des Moines Register/Bloomberg poll, [...]

Oh My: Clinton's Support Drops By A Third In Iowa

On Saturday, a new Des Moines Register/Bloomberg Politics poll brought some bad news for Hillary Clinton. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) is within...

Hillary Clinton’s support in a key early state is suddenly crumbling

Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton is losing major ground in the key early state of Iowa. A new Bloomberg Politics/Des Moines Register poll released on Saturday shows Clinton's support among likely Iowa caucus-goers at just 37%, only 7% higher than liberal insurgent challenger Sen. Show More Summary

Hillary Sliding, Trump Leading, Carson Surging in Iowa

Horrible news for Hillary Clinton in the Des Moines Register poll of Iowans out this morning: Liberal revolutionary Bernie Sanders, riding an updraft of insurgent passion in Iowa, has closed to within 7 points of Hillary Clinton in the...Show More Summary

Carson sneaking up on Trump.

"The latest Bloomberg Politics/Des Moines Register Iowa Poll shows billionaire Trump with the support of 23 percent of likely Republican caucus participants, followed by Carson at 18 percent. When first and second choices are combined,...Show More Summary

Carson Emerges as Trump’s Biggest Iowa Competitor, Sanders Closes in on Clinton

Support for Donald Trump has surged in Iowa over the past few months, soaring to a comfortable first place with the backing of 23 percent of likely Republican caucus participants, according to the latest Des Moines Register/Bloomberg Politics Iowa poll. Show More Summary

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