If you thought Ted Cruz's stunts of late have hurt him with the GOP, think again. Public Policy Polling's latest national poll finds that 20% of republican primary voters would vote Cruz for their nominee. That is up 8 points since July.
When asked whether they trust Cruz or GOP leader Mitch McConnell more, Cruz wins out 49/13.
When it comes to who's more trusted between Cruz and Speaker John Boehner, Cruz has a 51/20 advantage.
God, I can't wait to become a birther. It's going to be so much fun!
Another non-Cruz related PPP result (somehow I missed this "scandal" which is hilarious):
Earlier this week Ari Fleischer accused Twitter of letting President Obama use more than 140 characters in his tweets before walking back his claim. We find though that 13% of GOP primary voters nationally do think Obama's allowed more than 140 characters to 36% who don't and 52% that aren't sure.