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Latest Election Presidential polls 2016: Dump Donald Trump Movement Fueled By Polls Showing Trump Trailing Clinton, Sanders – Details
- Updated: March 26, 2016
2016 Republican Presidential Polls Show Donald Trump, John Kasich Neck and Neck in Pennsylvania; Hillary Clinton Commanding Lead Over Bernie Sanders.
The RealClearPolitics average of national polls gives Clinton an 11-point edge over Trump. A Monmouth poll released Thursday indicates the former secretary of state would top Trump 48 percent to 38 percent, and against Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas she polls 45 percent to 40 percent but trails Ohio Gov. John Kasich 45 percent to 39 percent.
Polls released Wednesday had similar results. A Fox News poll gave Clinton a 49 percent to 38 percent lead over Trump, while Quinnipiac indicated she led 46 percent to 40 percent, and a Bloomberg poll widened her lead to 54 percent to 36 percent.
Against Cruz, Fox News indicated Clinton trailing 47 percent to 44 percent, but Quinnipiac and Bloomberg had her leading 45 percent to 42 percent and 51 percent to 42 percent, respectively. All three polls had Kasich topping Clinton: Fox, 51 percent to 40 percent; Quinnipiac, 47 percent to 39 percent; and Bloomberg, 51 percent to 43 percent.
The problem is that among Republicans, Kasich consistently trails Trump and Cruz.
When it comes to matchups against Sanders, the three Wednesday polls gave the Vermont senator, who is currently trailing Clinton in the delegate count, the edge on Trump and Cruz but losing to Kasich in the Fox and Quinnipiac polls by a point.
To complicate matters, Cruz on Friday indicated that come November, he might not support Trump should the Donald win the nomination.
“I don’t make a habit out of supporting people who attack my wife and attack my family,” Cruz said during a campaign stop in Wisconsin.
The latest tiff between the candidates began when a nude picture of Trump’s wife, Melania, was posted on the internet, and Trump threatened to “spill the beans” about Cruz’s wife, Heidi, in retaliation. The “beans” wound up being that she supported the North American Free Trade Agreement.