Wednesday, April 6, 2016

New York Republican GOP Polls April 7 2016 Trump, Cruz

On Tuesday Texas Senator Ted Cruz scored a crushing win in the State of Wisconsin, picking up 48.2% of the vote, compared with 35.1% for Donald Trump. John Kasich came in third with 14.1%.

This now makes it even harder for Trump to obtain the 1,237 delegates that he requires in order to be confirmed as the Republican Partys nominee.

According to AP the current delegate count is now as following:

Donald Trump    743
Ted Cruz           517
John Kasich      143

Now all eyes will be on New York, which is the next state to vote on April 19, as a winner-take-most state, delegates are awarded on a proportional basis, unless a candidate secures more than 50% of the vote and in these case takes all of them.

The latest polls in New York show Trump with a commanding lead.

CBS News/YouGov Poll March 29-April 1, Sample Size 657, Margin of Error 5.6%

Donald Trump    52%
Ted Cruz           21%
John Kasich      20%

Quinnipiac Poll March 22-29, Sample Size 457, Margin of Error 4.6%

Donald Trump    56%
Ted Cruz           20%
John Kasich      19%

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