Donald TrumpDonald TrumpPro-Trump super-PACs struggling with fundraising: report White nationalists plan to show up at GOP convention Football coach Ditka: 'Happy' to speak at GOP convention but not invited MORE is crushing the Republican field in South Carolina, more than doubling his closest competitor ahead of the primary on Feb. 20, according to a new poll.
Trump laps the field with 34.5 percent support in the South Carolina House Republican Caucus poll, followed by Sen. Ted CruzTed CruzTwo transgender candidates win primaries Trump denies tapping Mike Tyson for convention Cruz-backed candidate wins GOP primary in Colorado MORE (R-Texas) with 15.5 percent support, former Florida governor Jeb Bush with 13 percent support, and Sen. Marco RubioMarco RubioEXCLUSIVE: Pro-Hillary group takes 0K in banned donations Poll: Rubio, Murphy neck-and-neck in Florida Senate race Overnight Healthcare: Blame game over Zika funding MORE with 12.5 percent support.
Eleven percent of respondents remain undecided before the state's Feb. 20 primary.
Trump leads among Republicans of all ideological stripes, winning pluralities of self-identified conservatives, moderates, independents and libertarians.
He also narrowly edges Cruz among those who say they are in the Tea Party by a 37 to 36 margin.
The state is expected to be a crucial stop in the Republican primary process, with Trump still riding high after his resounding win in Tuesday's New Hampshire primary. Should he post another strong win in South Carolina, his march to the nomination might be hard to stop.
The South Carolina House Republican Caucus poll surveyed 1,200 likely Republican primary voters from Feb. 11 – 12.