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Thursday, April 21, 2016

Trump landslides in Delaware and Connecticut

Delaware GOP Primary
16 Delegates

Gravis Marketing, a nonpartisan research firm, conducted a random survey of 1,038 likely Republican Primary voters and 1,026 likely Democratic Primary voters.  The poll has a margin of error of ± 3.0% for Republicans and ± 3.1% for Democrats, all at the 95% confidence level.  
The poll was conducted from April 17th through the 18th.  The total may not round to 100% because of rounding.  The polls were conducted using automated telephone calls (IVR technology), with the results weighted by relevant voting demographics.  

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Connecticut GOP Primary
28 Delegates
48%  -  Trump
28%  -  Kasich
19%  -  Cruz

Donald Trump is close to the 50 percent mark among Connecticut likely Republican primary voters, while Ohio Gov. John Kasich tops Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas in the race for second place, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today.

Likely Republican primary voters give Trump 48 percent, with 28 percent for Kasich and 19 percent for Cruz. Only 5 percent are undecided, but 25 percent of those who name a candidate say they might change their mind before the April 26 primary. 

Among Connecticut likely Republican primary voters, Trump gets 51 percent of men, with 27 percent for Kasich and 18 percent for Cruz. Women go 45 percent for Trump, 30 percent for Kasich and 20 percent for Cruz.

Trump gets 62 percent of Tea Party members, with Cruz at 24 percent and Kasich at 12 percent. Trump also gets 37 percent of white born-again Evangelical Christians, with Cruz at 31 percent and Kasich at 30 percent. Trump leads among very conservative and somewhat conservative voters and gets 42 percent of moderate/liberal Republicans to Kasich’s 41 percent.

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