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Trump Expected to Win Big in Iowa – Final Poll Hints It’ll Be a Total Blowout

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It seems that Donald Trump will cruise to a resounding victory in the Iowa caucuses on Monday.

Nearly half of probable caucus attendees, according to the final Des Moines Register/NBC News/Mediacom poll published on Saturday, will support the former president in the opening contest of the Republican primary season.

South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley is positioned in the second position with 20 percent of the vote, followed by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis with 16 percent. As Trump is widely anticipated to prevail, the contest between Haley and DeSantis will likely be the most intriguing aspect of the results for the majority of individuals.

Politico noted that the poll is “widely considered to be the gold standard in the state and can be influential in shaping the final outcome.”

“The Des Moines Register’s final poll is an important marker — not just of the candidates’ standing going into the caucus, but of momentum. In previous caucuses in both parties, candidates surging in the last poll have sometimes carried that momentum into the vote, like Barack Obama in 2008 and Rick Santorum in 2012,” the outlet explained.

It seems that Donald Trump will cruise to a resounding victory in the Iowa caucuses on Monday.

Nearly half of probable caucus attendees, according to the final Des Moines Register/NBC News/Mediacom poll published on Saturday, will support the former president in the opening contest of the Republican primary season.

South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley is positioned in the second position with 20 percent of the vote, followed by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis with 16 percent. As Trump is widely anticipated to prevail, the contest between Haley and DeSantis will likely be the most intriguing aspect of the results for the majority of individuals.

“Vivek started his campaign as a great supporter, ‘the best President in generations,’ etc,” Trump wrote on Truth Social.

“Unfortunately, now all he does is disguise his support in the form of deceitful campaign tricks. Very sly, but a vote for Vivek is a vote for the ‘other side’ — don’t get duped by this.”

Potentially impacting the race will be Iowa’s viciously cold weather, with The Associated Press noting that it will “make an already unrepresentative process even less representative.”

“Elderly Iowans, the backbone of the caucus, are wondering how they will make it to their sites Monday,” the agency noted. “Political types are mentally downgrading their expected turnout and wondering who a smaller, harder-core electorate will favor.”

However, national polls indicate that Trump is virtually assured of victory in every state.

The most recent RealClearPolling average indicates that Trump leads the field by an average of 49 points.

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