2016 USA TODAY GOP Power Rankings

Full List of 2016 USA TODAY GOP Power Rankings

2016 USA TODAY GOP Power Rankings
Week 16 results for USA TODAY GOP Power Rankings

USA TODAY GOP Power Rankings – “Ted Cruz” takes lead in the List of USA TODAY GOP Power Rankings so therefore has now be regarded as the new king in town.

The Texas senator raced past the field to take first place for the first time in the 16th week of our GOP Power Rankings, in which we ask 30 smart political types who is the strongest Republican presidential candidate.

Here  are List of 2016 USA TODAY GOP Power Rankings

1. Ted Cruz (Last week: 2)

2. Donald Trump (1)

3. Marco Rubio (3)

4. Chris Christie (5)

T-5. Ben Carson (4)

T-5. Jeb Bush (6)

7. John Kasich (7)

8. Carly Fiorina (8)

9. Rand Paul (9)

10. Mike Huckabee (10)

11. Lindsey Graham (11)

12. Rick Santorum (12)

13. George Pataki (13)

14. Jim Gilmore (14)

According to UsaToday.com Donald Trump appeared to be in command a week ago on the heels of the San Bernardino shooting, but the turn toward Cruz was swift and decisive. A week ago, Trump received 20 first-place votes from our panel and Cruz got three. This week, on the strength of great poll numbers in Iowa, Cruz took 17 first-place votes and Trump took only 9. Marco Rubio got the remaining first-place ballots.

However, the UsaToday experts added to say that Cruz is now better positioned in the critical early-voting states. The other major movement in our Power Rankings this week: New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie surges to fourth place, the highest he has ever placed in our survey.


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