Paul Martin, a volunteer at the summit, a gathering of faith-focused GOP voters, agreed with Kramer.

“Lindsey Graham or Bobby Jindal [will drop next] because they are at the bottom,” Martin predicted. “I like Bobby Jindal, but I don’t think he has much of a shot.”

But despite commanding the top spot in national and many state polls, several voters ABC spoke to did not spare Republican frontrunner Donald Trump.

“I’m just going to say Donald Trump, because I don’t really agree with him,” said Aidan Chalkley, an enlisted Marine. “He says the things that everybody wants to hear, but it doesn’t seem like it’s what he believes. I don’t think he would be a good presidential candidate.”