Feb 18, 2016

Cruz tops Trump in new national poll; voters split over Supreme Court vote - Particle News

Washington (CNN)Ted Cruz has inched ahead of Donald Trump in a new national poll released Wednesday. The Texas senator has the backing of 28% of Republican voters nationwide, unseating Trump, who won the support of 26% in the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll. But Cruz's 2-point edge is within the poll's margin of error. Florida Sen. Marco Rubio comes in third with 17% support, followed by...

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