Trump leading Pennsylvania, Clinton bests Sanders
Fox News Poll have shown commanding leads by Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in Pennsylvania.
Trump claims 48% among probable GOP prime voters in the state of Keystone. This percentage is more than the joint support for Ted Cruz and John Kasich. Cruz gets 20% and Kasich is at 22%. Other 11% are not decided yet.
Stats regarding men supporters showed that more than half of men supported Trump with 53%, while the remaining are divided between Cruz 19% and Kasich 20%. On the other hand, women displayed comparatively less enthusiasm regarding front-runner: 20% Cruz, 25% Kasich and 42% supporting Trump.
Cruz performed best between self-described “very” conservative supporters, securing 34%. But this is not sufficient to win the group, because 43% are held by Trump. Other 14% support Kasich.
55% voters who do not have a college degree support Trump comparative to 41% of college graduates. Voters who are under 45 years (45%) and those who are 45+ (48%) are likewise expected to support Donald.
“With Kasich and Cruz dividing the non-Trump vote, Pennsylvania may grant the real estate tycoon one of his most conclusive conquests,” remarks Chris Anderson, the Democratic pollster, who uses to conduct the Fox News Poll in association with Daron Shaw, the Republican pollster. “In our poll, his 26pt lead is the 2nd largest in states he has secured, following the Massachusetts which he secured by 31.”
In the meantime, Trump’s backing is more rigorous as compared to his rivals’, as 83% of his followers state they are sure to vote for him, on the other hand 68% of Kasich’s and 76% of Cruz’s claim the same.
The indecision among Kasich supporters could bring advantage to Cruz, as the supporters of governor are more than double as expected to tag the senator of Texas as their 2nd choice candidate. Trump fans go with Kasich (40%) over Cruz (33%) as their 2nd choice.
On April 26 is the Pennsylvania primary.
Clinton bests Bernie Sanders in the Democratic race, by 49% – 38%. Majority of Sanders (79%) and Clinton (84%) supporters are sure about their selection. However this leaves a jiggle room on both sides: 21% for Sanders and 16% for Clinton state that they may change their mind.
This race is decided by Women. They support Hillary by 21-point margin, while men are divided: 45% Sanders while 42% Clinton.