Trump, Hillary Lead Big in New York: Polls
Washington: US presidential candidate Donald Trump is leading his rivals for the Republican nomination by over 20 points in the upcoming primary contests of New York and Pennsylvania, latest polls have revealed. D e mo c r a t i c frontrunner Hillary Clinton also leads her primary opponent, Vermont senator Bernie Sanders, by double-digits in both states, according to the polls released on Sunday by Fox News. The New York primaries are s c he du l e d f o r Apr i l 10 a nd Pennsylvania on April 26. The New York Fox News poll showed Trump poised to cross t he 5 0% st atewide t hreshold needed to capture a l l of New York’s statewide Republican delegates. Trump would need to win a majority of votes in all of the state’s 27 congressional districts to clinch New York’s full 95-delegate slate. Trump has 54% of support compared to fellow Republican hopefuls Ohio governor John Kasich’s 2 2% a nd Texas senator Ted Cruz’s 15%, according to the Fox News survey of likely New York Republican primary voters. Trump has a similar lead in Pennsylvania where he clinches 48% to Kasich’s 22% and Cruz’s 20%, according to the Fox poll of likely Republican primary voters in Pennsylvania.
After suffering a string of recent
defeats, Clinton appears poised to recapture her momentum in New York and Pennsylvania where she leads Sanders by 16 and 11 percentage points, respectively, in the Fox News polling.
InNewYork,ClintonleadsSanders 53% to 37%; and in Pennsylvania, she tops him 49% to 38%. Trump would also lose to Brooklyn-born No, I intend to have the number of delegates that are required to be nominated…I feel good about the upcoming contests, and I expect to be the nominee Hillary Clinton dismissing the notion of a contested nominating convention, on CNN
It’s a crooked system. Look at Bernie: He wins and wins and wins. Trump complaining about the nomination process at a rally in New York on Sunday Sanders by 19 points based on the survey of New York voters. The New York poll surveyed 1,403 voters between April 4-7. The Pennsylvania poll surveyed 1,607 voters between April 4-7. For both Democrats and Republicans, the margin of error is plus or minus 3.5 percentage points.