. >> speaking of endorsements, marco rubio, "the pawn star" rick harrison called rubio a good investment. look at this. >> over the past few years, people have tried to sell us real doozies. but this is really worth something. when people see for themselves i don't have to convince them,
bill: when cruz apparently took his negative ads and went after marco rubio instead of donald trump.
okay, so we have donald trump at 28%, ted cruz, 23%, marco rubio at 15%. then we go from there. now in the past, we've seen these poll numbers aren't necessarily accurate. you know, back in 2012, we looked at rick santorum. a few weeks before the caucuses, he was in sixth place. by the final polls, he was i think third. then he ended up win, satellite. >> i think it's unbelievable what can happen in iowa. part of that is because you don't have to register in advance. a lot of polling is done with likely voters. likely voters are those who voted last nightmare. people going out for trump are unlikely voters. we might see trump's numbers come up. on the other hand, we'll see people voting against trump. as many as love him, hate trump. they'll be energized, too, and might be coming out in droves that we're not expecting. anything can really happen tonight. >> all right. we'll see how it goes. lee carter, thank you very much for joining us. >> thank you. >> thank you very much. >>> the time now is about ten minutes until the top of the hour. is it really all about iowa, or are othe
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