Thursday, April 14, 2016

Trump gets some breathing room in latest GOP presidential primary poll

CBS News poll shows change in Trump-Cruz gap.  (CBS News, 4/14/2016)
Trump continues to receive support from a wide swath of Republican primary voters. He leads among men, with 44 percent, compared to 31 percent for Cruz and 18 percent for Kasich. He also leads among women, 44 percent, to 29 percent for Cruz and 19 percent for Kasich. Republicans, independents, white evangelicals, and non-college graduates also prefer Trump.

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