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Donald Trump is head-and-shoulders above the rest when it comes to being the best - at least among GOP Voters. Republicans said in an ABC News/ Washington Post poll that Trump - their preferred candidate to win their party's nomination - is the strongest leader of the GOP's 2016 candidates and he has the best personality.

They also think he's most likely to bring about change in Washington and has the best odds to win the general election. 


Donald Trump is head-and-shoulders above the rest when it comes to being the best - at least among GOP voters. They say he's the strongest leader of the GOP's 2016 candidates and he has the best personality

The only category the billionaire didn't come out on top in was honesty. He was runner-up to Ben Carson by a hair

Overall, 38 percent said they wanted Trump to be the Republican nominee, followed by Cruz at 14 percent, Carson at 11 percent, Rubio at 10 percent and Bush at 7

The only category the billionaire didn't come out on top in was honesty. He was runner-up to Ben Carson by a hair. Jeb Bush was seen as the third most honest followed by Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz.

Best personality was a toss-up after Trump, who won the honor with 23 percent of the vote. Carson, Rubio, Bush and Cruz were favored by 17 to 18 percent of those polled.

In the remaining categories, Trump was more than 30 points in front of his rivals. A majority, 54 percent, said he was the strongest leader and he could be counted on to bring about change in Washington, 51 percent. 

A plurality said he had the best chance of winning the keys to the White House - 47 percent.

Overall, 38 percent said they wanted him to be the Republican nominee, followed by Cruz at 14 percent, Carson at 11 percent, Rubio at 10 percent and Bush at 7.

If Trump were no longer an option, for whatever reason, much of his support would flow to Ted Cruz, the survey indicated. 

Cruz was the second-choice pick of 16 percent of likely Republican voters. Rubio was next at 14 percent and Carson was in third with 13 percent. Another 12 percent said they'd shift their support to Trump if their first choice was fell through.

 

A BATTLE WITH CRUZ LOOMS LARGE: Trump will have his first opportunity tonight  to confront the conservative politician for talking behind his back at a private fundraiser and attempting to deny it publicly

The tension between Trump and Cruz - his closest competitor - is likely to give way at tonight's debate.

Trump will have his first opportunity to confront the conservative politician for talking behind his back at a private fundraiser and attempting to deny it publicly. 

The Las Vegas head-to-head could turn into an all around mud slinging contest as seven other candidates on stage try to take both of the front-runner out and reposition themselves at the front of the pack.

Tonight is the last time candidates will have the chance to take him on directly until the end of January, a mere handful of days before the first official 2016 contest. 

Yesterday, Trump reached a record-high support level of 41 percent in a Monmouth University poll. He's made gains in spite of a proposal to ban Muslims from coming to the country that Republican and Democratic party heads and politicians, as well as 60 percent of the country, say is the wrong thing to do.

Even so, 50 percent of Republican voters say he's the most qualified to handle the nation's immigration issues and the threat of terrorism, according to the ABC News poll. He was at 45 percent and 42 percent in those categories last month. 


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