Apr 12, 2016

Poll: Trump just 2 points behind Clinton, wins most Cruz voters | Washington Examiner

In the latest national election matchup, Republican Donald Trump nearly ties Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton and wins the backing of most supporters of rival Sen. Ted Cruz. The NBC News/Survey Monkey Weekly Election Tracking Poll released tuesday morning has Clinton besting Trump 38 percent to 36 percent, with 16 percent preferring a third party candidate and 8 percent sitting at home.

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