Donald Trump is still the Republican frontrunner, and he has twice the support of his closest competitor, Sen. Ted Cruz, according to a new CNN/ORC poll released Tuesday morning.
The poll found 41 percent of Republicans nationwide say they plan to vote for Trump. Cruz was a distant second, with 19 percent of voters saying they'd support him. That's relatively unchanged since the groups' last poll in December.
And most Trump supporters — 70 percent — said they'd made up their minds, compared with 40 percent who planned to vote for other candidates.
This is a national poll, and the nomination will be decided state by state. Still, it suggests that none of the more establishment-friendly candidates are gaining a toehold in the last days before the Iowa caucuses. Even Marco Rubio is polling in single digits — at 8 percent.