Donald Trump is the Republican front runner, and a poll of 582 respondents found that Donald Trump is leading the race, with 40.6% of people surveyed voting for Trump. The lead over other presidential hopefuls is so great that Trump has more votes than Ted Cruz, Ben Carson, Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio combined.
Ted Cruz had 10.5% of votes, Ben Carson had 9.7% of votes, Jeb Bush had 9.2% of votes and Marco Rubio had 7.2% of the votes, according to the poll.
Hillary Clinton is the current Democratic front runner for president, and if the two squared off against each other today, Clinton would have a lead of 41.4% to 40.8% for Trump. Trump has been leading the polls for the Republicans for months, and he now holds the lead in the polls for Iowa and New Hampshire, with caucuses taking place on February 1, 2016.
A poll of 1,614 people found that terrorism is a major concern in the United States. Approximately 20.3% of people chose terrorism as a top priority for the United States followed by the economy with 18.2% of votes. Economic concerns are less important to voters during the election following the terrorist attacks in Paris in 2015.