Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump is leading in polls all throughout the United States.
After picking up a big win in South Carolina on Saturday, Trump’s polling numbers continue to climb, making him look more like the eventually GOP primary winner every single day.
Trump has a nice lead in polls for the Nevada caucuses, which will take place Tuesday.
He’s also leading in the states that will vote on “Super Tuesday,” or March 1, when the primary will really pick up steam.
In the 12 Super Tuesday states Trump leads in polling for Virginia, Georgia, Oklahoma, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Tennessee, Alabama, and Alaska, according to the RealClearPolitics.
A Public Radio poll in Vermont on Monday found Trump was leading with almost a 20-point lead.
Trump is trailing in Texas, not really a surprise since Ted Cruz is a Texas senator. He also trails retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson in Colorado, but that last poll in that state occurred back in November, when Ben Carson was enjoying his 15-minutes.
Trump’s largest lead is in Massachusetts, where a recent Emerson revealed a massive 34-point lead over Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida.
Alabama and Tennessee have not reported any polls since late 2015, at which time Donald Trump was experiencing massive leads.
Trump is also leading in Michigan, North Carolina, and Florida, all which vote by mid-March.
Donald Trump already has more delegates than all of his fellow GOP presidential-hopefuls and it looks like he’s headed to a one-on-one challenge against either Bernie Sanders or Hillary Clinton.
It’s easy to discount one or two polls but it’s hard to deny that leading in polls all over the country is not a sign of things to come.