Gravis Marketing, a leading nonpartisan political research firm, indicates Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has increased his lead over Senator Ted Cruz in the Hoosier state to 17 points.
The question in the poll was: “Assuming you had to vote today, which 2016 GOP candidate would you vote for?”
The answers broke down thusly:
Of the three candidates remaining on the ballot, Donald Trump received 44 percent of the vote from Indiana State Republican and Independent voters. Texas Senator Ted Cruz received 27 percent of the vote. Ohio Governor John Kasich received 9 percent of the vote. Nineteen percent indicated they were still undecided as to which of the candidates they would vote for.
The winner will take all of Indiana’s 57 delegates.
Meanwhile, a SurveyUSA poll in California showed Trump with a suffocating 34 percentage point lead in California. There are 172 delegates at stake in the California GOP primary
California has 172 delegates up for grabs. 159 are award at 3 per congressional district, 10 are at large delegates and 3 pre-determined – 1 for the State Chair, 1 for the National Committewoman, 1 for the National Committeeman.
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