Trump Crushing Romney's 2012 Performance by Over 2 Million VotesChris Menahan
Apr. 26, 2016
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Trump is absolutely crushing Romney's primary performance in 2012, beating him so far by over 2 million votes.
Lyin' Ted, on the other hand, is losing to Romney by about 300,000 votes.
Trump's high voter turnout smashes the lie that Trump's appeal is limited and only an establishment hack (like the proven loser Mitt Romney) can beat Hillary.
Data compiled since the New York GOP primary shows that billionaire Donald Trump's popular vote total in 2016 in states that have voted so far significantly exceeds the vote totals that Mitt Romney, the 2012 nominee, had in those states in total. All in all, in the contests that have been had so far in 2016, Trump towers over Romney--having won more than 2 million more votes in the 2016 GOP primaries. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), the next closest vote-getter to Trump this cycle, falls just under 300,000 votes short of Romney's totals in the 2012 cycle.See the chart: