Donald Trump flat-faced his way through the first round of the GOP primary, a feat he did not pull off in any other way.
A new CNN/ORC poll found that the billionaire businessman is the only Republican candidate in the race with a positive image of his chest.
Trump has a net positive rating of +23 among Republican primary voters.
Trump’s negative rating is +23, which puts him in the same category as former Florida Gov.
Jeb Bush, who has a negative image of the chest area.
The former Florida governor’s negative image is a full seven points lower than that of Trump, who is +15 among Republican voters.
Bush’s negative is a negative of +14, which places him in a similar category to former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who holds a positive rating in the poll.
In the poll, Trump is followed by Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and Ohio Gov.
Trump’s overall positive rating is a +16 among Republican candidates, which is tied with Texas Sen.-elect Ted Cruz.
Cruz’s negative marks are a negative +15 and +12 respectively.
Trump is tied for second among all Republican candidates with negative marks.
In terms of the overall picture of Trump’s body image, Trump’s positive rating jumps to +33 among Republican respondents, which ranks him third overall.
His negative marks climb to +23.
That puts him a full 10 points behind Cruz, who scores a +21 rating.
Trump has a +17 negative rating, which has him at the bottom of the pack among Republican leaders.
Former Florida Gov.-elect John Kasich is tied at second with +23 in the overall poll.
He is followed in the negative category by Ohio Gov.-Elect Ted Cruz, and Wisconsin Gov.-Gov.
Scott Walker, who each score a negative.
Cruz is also in the bottom half of Republican candidates when it comes to negative ratings.
He scores a -19, a negative mark that places him at just two points behind Trump.
He has a -23 rating.
Trump has the highest negative rating among Republican contenders among Republican presidential candidates, with his overall positive and negative ratings each hovering around 20 points.
The rest of the candidates are in the middle.
The CNN/ ORC poll of 1,001 likely Republican primary and caucus voters was conducted March 19-21.
The margin of error is plus or minus 4 percentage points.
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