He also topped Cruz among evangelical voters, winning 41 percent of that bloc.
Trump won with Hispanic voters in Nevada, too, according to entrance polls. He won 44 percent of the Hispanic vote in MSNBC's entrance polls, compared to Rubio's 29 percent and Cruz's 18 percent.
"This is not a factional candidate. This is a candidate with broad appeal across the board in the Republican Party," MSNBC analyst Steve Kornacki said as he went through the exit poll numbers.
Trump, during his victory speech in Nevada, noted the voting blocs he won. "We won the evangelicals, we won with young, we won with old, we won with highly educated, we won with poorly educated. I love the poorly educated," he said.
It’s yet another jolt of momentum for the GOP front-runner and a blow to those looking to knock Trump off the top of the totem pole.
The real estate mogul will end the first month of voting with about three-quarters of the delegates awarded. That puts him in a strong position to expand his lead going into the pivotal Super Tuesday next week, when one-quarter of the total delegates are up for grabs.
Now that Trump has emerged victorious, Cruz and Rubio continue to spar for second place.