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Exit Polls: Cruz Scariest as President, Kasich Least Likely to Beat Hillary

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By    |   Tuesday, 26 Apr 2016 09:13 PM

Pennsylvania Republican voters said they were most afraid of a Ted Cruz presidency, while Maryland voters felt John Kasich was least likely to beat Democrat Hillary Clinton in November, according to Fox News exit polling.

Donald Trump performed well with women voters across the board.

Here are numbers reported by Fox News Channel on Tuesday night:

Among Pennsylvania Republicans:

Feel betrayed by politicians in Republican Party:
  • Yes: 60 percent
  • No: 36 percent
Prefer next president be a political outsider:
  • Trump: 83 percent
  • Cruz: 12 percent
  • Kasich: 4 percent 
Concerned or scared if… elected president:
  • If Cruz: 58 percent
  • If Kasich: 51 percent
  • If Trump: 36 percent
Can bring needed change:
  • Trump: 71 percent
  • Cruz: 15 percent
  • Kasich: 14 percent
Women for Trump:
  • Pennsylvania: 55 percent
  • Connecticut: 54 percent
  • Maryland: 47 percent
Fox News did not give numbers for who GOP voters think has the best chance of winning in November, but did say Trump came out on top in Pennsylvania, while Cruz won "by a hair" in Maryland with Kasich in third.

Kasich has long pointed to national polls showing himself as the candidate who performs best against Clinton.

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