Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Final Michigan primary poll standings: Trump, Kasich, Cruz. And Rubio as Toast

Related reading:
Kasich touts his Michigan momentum.  (Observer, 3/7/2016)
Mr. Kasich, fresh off receiving the endorsement of former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, is battling Sen. Ted Cruz for second place in Michigan.

John Kasich aims to keep momentum in Michigan.  (Wall Street Journal, 2/27/2016)
The Ohio governor is betting big on Michigan, which holds its Republican primary March 8, as well as other states, such as his home state, where he hopes voters will be drawn to his Midwestern roots and affable approach.

Recent state polls:
Despite ARG outlier, Kasich has a chance to finish 2nd in Tuesday's Michigan primary.  (3/7/2016)
ARG poll scrambles Michigan primary picture, puts Kasich in 1st.  (3/6/3016)
Trump poised to win today's Louisiana GOP primary.  (3/5/2016)
In Ohio, Governor Kasich has to setlle for 2nd place.  (2/23/2016)
None of the GOP candidates is catching fire in North Carolina.  (2/23/2016)
As you can see from this Michigan GOP primary poll line graph, a lot has happened since last September, none of it good for Ben Carson.  (2/8/2016)
Increasingly fewer Wisconsin GOP voters heed what Scott Walker sez.  (1/31/2016)
Trump more than doubles Rubio and Bush combined numbers in latest Florida Republican Presidential primary poll.  (1/20/2016)
Ted Cruz leaps ahead of Donald Trump in latest California poll.  (1/6/2016)
Chris Christie no favorite son in New Jersey; Donald Trump rules for now.  (11/18/2015)
As the polls churn in Arizona: Trump and Fiorina = big losers; Carson and Rubio = big winners.  (11/11/2015)

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