Trump's dilemma after New York
GOP pollster: Trump would be in 'big trouble' on second ballotEarly indications are not favorable to Trump in Indiana and Cruz is making inroads in California.
“You’ve got the Cruz campaign putting in people that may be bound to Trump on the first ballot, but on the second ballot they’re gonna leave Donald Trump," McLaughlin said.
McLaughlin added that Trump needs at least 68 percent of the remaining delegates to lock up the nomination on the first ballot. To do this, the pollster argued that Indiana will be the key state following New York, where Trump is expected to win big on Tuesday.