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Donald Trump Dominating New York Polls

Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump is now recovering from his big loss in Wisconsin by embracing his supporters in his home state of New York, which has its primary election on April 19th.

According to the most recent Monmouth University survey of registered Republicans who will potentially vote, Trump has 52% of support in New York. This doubles the 25% of support that Ohio Governor John Kasich has there and the 17% support for Senator Ted Cruz. Kasich and Cruz have also been campaigning in the state. 6% claim to be undecided.

Trump will be speaking at a rally in Long Island, while Cruz goes to a Chino-Latino restaurant on Wednesday afternoon in the Bronx. Cruz will then speak at a Christian academy in Scotia and then a Brooklyn matzah bakery on Thursday.

In the New York primary election, a candidate that gets over 50% of the vote in any of the 27 districts of the state will win all of the delegates there. Most of Trump’s support is within the 6-point margin of error for the poll.

When respondents were asked if Trump being a New Yorker is something that makes them proud or makes them embarrassed, 72% said they didn’t associate with him like that. 14% claimed it made them proud, while 13% said they were embarrassed.

57% said the real estate mogul’s comments about nuclear proliferation and abortion didn’t impact their support of him, while 29% said they are less likely to vote for him because of his remarks. 7% said they are more likely to vote for Trump because of his remarks.

New York Republicans said they’d more likely support Trump than Cruz in a general election. However, the majority of these Republicans said they’d support Kasich.

70% said they’d vote for Trump in a general election if he’s the GOP nominee, while 12% said they’d vote for an independent and 9% said they’d vote for Hillary Clinton. About 66% said they’d vote for Ted Cruz in a general election if he becomes the GOP nominee, while 13% said they’d vote for an independent and 10% said they’d vote for Clinton.

If Kasich pulls off a miracle and becomes the GOP nominee, 81% said they’d vote for him. 4% said they’d choose an independent and 3% said they’d vote for Clinton.

This Monmouth poll was conducted through cell phones and landlines on April 3rd through April 5th. The respondents were drawn from a list of voters who are registered Republicans in New York and who had participated in the primary election back in 2014 and 2014, or who’ve voted in the previous two general elections, or who have been registered voters since 2014. Amongst the 302 potential Republican voters polled, there was a +/- 5.6% point margin of error.

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