The total number of votes formally cast and tabulated thus far in the 2016 Republican presidential nomination process, by candidate:
The latest results from Reuters-Ipsos rolling five-day national tracking poll among Republicans:
The latest market odds for who is going to win the Republican nomination:
Looks like the manufactured narrative following Iowa that the Trump phenomenon was little more than over-hyped celebrity curiosity was mendacious agitprop. The professional prognosticators got it wrong yet again.
We clearly have a front runner here, one who has earned that designation in the face of relentless opposition not only from the Establishment in general, but from his own party in particular. And while the rest of the field has blown hundreds of millions of dollars to sit in his shadow, he's spent peanuts towering over the lot of them. He's out in front and he has the most left in the tank. The race is his to lose.