Republican presidential front-runner Donald TrumpDonald TrumpPence takes victory lap at CPAC: ‘This is our time’ President Trump, immigrants are not 'bad dudes' Zuckerberg group donated to Trump transition MORE is atop the GOP field by 20 points nationally ahead of votes in South Carolina and Nevada, according to a new online poll.
No other GOP candidate attracted double-digit support.
Following the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primary, more Republican voters now believe Trump will be the eventual nominee. Fifty eight percent believe he will win the nomination, up 14 percent in a week.
The Republican field, however, faces a more conservative and evangelical electorate in South Carolina this weekend. Pollsters found that Trump's lead over Cruz among white evangelicals has shrunk 11 points, standing now at just 9 points.
The weekly tracking poll of 13,129 adults, conducted from Feb. 8 through Feb. 14, has an error estimate of 1.1 percentage points.