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Trump, Clinton lead in GOP polls heading into Iowa Caucuses



CHICAGO – Two weeks from today, Iowa caucuses will be taking place, and who wins there, as well as in New Hampshire, could make a difference in which candidate emerges as the Republican or Democrat Party's presidential nominees.

In the Iowa caucuses, Iowa voters meet in precinct caucuses in all of Iowa's 1,681 precincts and elect delegates to the corresponding county conventions. At these meetings, they discuss and defend their candidate choices until one in each major party emerges as the winner.

Chicago-based Real Clear Politics poll averages show Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton leading in Iowa, and Trump and U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders leading in New Hampshire. 

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