Coming off of Bernie Sanders’ big weekend winning the caucuses in Washington, Alaska, and Hawaii, let's see what some new polls are saying.
For the Democrats, a new California poll by the LA Times has Hillary Clinton on top of Sanders by 11%. California’s primary with its 546 delegates will be on June 7th, giving ample time for Sanders to possibly close the gap. A new Poll for Pennsylvania has Clinton on top by a wide 25% over Sanders. And last week a Bloomberg poll for the Democratic nomination has Bernie Sanders on top of Hillary Clinton by 1%.
For the Republican party, looking ahead to April 5th’s Wisconsin primary with its winner take all 42 delegates, a Free Beacon poll has Ted Cruz on top with 36%, followed by Donald Trump with 31% and John Kasich with 21%. The LA Times poll for California has Trump on top of Cruz by only 1%. Pennsylvania’s latest poll has Trump with 33%, John Kasich with 30%, and Ted Cruz with 20%. Bloomberg’s poll for the Republican nomination has Donald Trump with 40%, Ted Cruz with 31%, and John Kasich with 25%.
North Dakota will be holding its caucus for the Republicans on April first followed by Wisconsin voting for both parties on April 5th.