03-28-2016 Poll Update

03-28-2016 Poll Update

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The decision for who will get the party nominees for the 2016 general election is approaching quickly.

The candidates have been giving it all they have because on November 8th, America decides who will lead our nation.

Even though the end is near, the candidates still have to focus on persuading voters.

 

Currently the national polls, according to FiveThirtyEight, stand as follows:

 

Donald Trump has received 41.1% of voters.

To date, Trump has claimed victory over Nevada, Arizona, Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, North and South Carolina, Virginia, Vermont, Hawaii and New Hampshire.

Trump currently has 755 delegates of the 1,237 he needs to win the Republican nomination.

 

Ted Cruz holds 27.4% of voters.

Cruz has won Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas, Iowa, Maine, Utah, Wyoming, Idaho, and Alaska,

Cruz has 465 delegates of the 1,237 needed to win the Republican nomination.

 

John Kasich has gathered 15.7% of voters.

The only state Kasich has won so far is Ohio.

Kasich has 144 delegates of the 1,237 needed in win the Republican nomination.

 

Hillary Clinton has received 51.4% of voters.

She has collected Nevada, Arizona, Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, Iowa, Illinois, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Tennessee, North and South Carolina, Virginia, Ohio, and Massachusetts.

Clinton has 1,267 delegates of the 2,383 needed to win the Democratic nomination.

 

Bernie Sanders holds 40.2% of voters.

He has won Alaska, Hawaii, Washington, Idaho, Utah, Colorado, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Minnesota, Michigan, New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont.

Sanders has 1,037 delegates of the 2,383 needed to win the Democratic nomination.

 

The next primaries both parties are looking forward to will be held in Wisconsin on April 5th.

On the Republican side, Cruz is projected to win with 67%.  Trump has 22% and Kasich has 11%.

On the Democratic side, Clinton is projected to have 84% and Sanders is said to come in with 16%.

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