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we could run the table no report did of the Iowa caucuses Donald Trump looking strong on the GOP side with Democrat Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders locked in a tight battle at the twenty sixteen right heads for the starting gate the des Moines register's final poll before the big night showing trump the popular crowd starter holding a lead over conservative rival Ted Cruz twenty eight percent to twenty three but a shaky debate outing by cruise Thursday leaves room for surprises , reporter and that's really the Catholic , and people , and all the things that don't count out Marco Rubio despite coming in a distant third with fifteen percent Republican governor has been looking for a candidate they can rally behind , so our next week's New Hampshire and if he can do well there you can really determine our support unico left around him , the race between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders a virtual dead heat according to the poll Clinton is not just a notch forty five percent to forty two leaving cultivating last minute support with Clinton hounded in the closing hours by new doubts about her email use while secretary of state her really right now it feels like the pressure of non standard to prove that he's more than just a partner