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Poll: Trump, Hillary Have Strong Leads in Pennsylvania

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By    |   Thursday, 21 Apr 2016 04:11 PM

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are leading their respective party's presidential races in a new poll of Pennsylvania voters.

According to the April 2016 Franklin & Marshall College survey, 36 percent of registered Republicans support Trump in the race — giving him a 10-point lead over Ohio Gov. John Kasich and a 12-point edge over Texas Sen. Ted Cruz.

Among likely voters, Trump has 40 percent support in the Keystone State poll. Further, 87 percent of Trump supporters are "certain" they'll vote for him in the April 26 primary that has 71 delegate votes up for grabs.

The data shows that Trump's support in the state was 24 percent in January, 22 percent in February, and 33 percent in March in this particular poll.

Clinton's lead over Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders in this poll has gone from 46 percent to 29 percent in January to 55 percent to 29 percent in April.

Other key findings:
  • 87 percent of Clinton's supporters are "certain" about their choice.
  • Clinton's favorability rating among registered Democrats is 69 percent, compared to 66 percent for Sanders.
  • Kasich has the highest favorability rating among Republicans, 55 percent, compared to 46 percent for Trump and 45 percent for Cruz.

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