The Republican presidential primaries have been chaotic thus far. And the chaos could continue.
Nearly a third (31 percent) of likely GOP caucus goers say they could change their vote before Monday, according to a fresh survey from Public Policy Polling. The new data suggest that “there are still a lot of votes on the table, PPP wrote in a release accompanying the results.
What the numbers imply, though, is a mixed bag. On the one hand, Trump may be insulated from such fickle caucus goers, as 80 percent of his supporters say they’re firmly committed to him. Compare that to 71 percent of Cruz’s backers and a paltry 65 percent of Rubio’s.