Another poll shows Cruz with 10 point lead in wisconsin

Fox Business News:
Ted Cruz leads Donald Trump in the Republican nomination contest in Wisconsin, according to a Fox Business Network Poll released Thursday.

Cruz garners 42 percent among Wisconsin likely GOP primary voters, while Trump receives 32 percent. John Kasich comes in third with 19 percent.

Among just those who say they will “definitely” vote, Cruz’s lead over Trump widens to 46-33 percent, and Kasich gets 16 percent.

There is a big gender gap. Women back Cruz over Trump by a 19-point margin (46-27 percent). The two candidates are much closer among men: Cruz gets 40 percent to Trump’s 35 percent.

Cruz’s advantage over the real estate mogul also comes from self-described “very” conservative voters, who give him a 36-point lead (61 percent Cruz vs. 25 percent Trump).

White evangelical Christians voting in the GOP primary prefer Cruz over Trump by 49-28 percent. Trump has beaten Cruz among this key voting bloc in more than 10 contests so far, according to the Fox News exit poll.

Cruz is ahead of Trump among those with a college degree (42-30 percent) as well as those without a degree (44-34 percent).
If Kasich were out of the race, Cruz would have an absolute majority.  This si the second poll showing Cruz with a substantial lead.  A third poll by a liberal polling group shows a much tighter race, but it appears to be an outlier at this point.

Trump's standing with women continues to crater after his disgraceful attacks on Heidi Cruz.  Conservatives are also coming home to Cruz as Trump takes more bizarre stands.


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