We all know about the CNN/ORC Poll that came out a few days ago giving Sen. Ted Cruz a ten-point lead but last night, the Public Policy Polling results show a neck and neck with Cruz leading by one percent. This changes the game, especially with Wisconsin being a proportional state for delegates and an open primary.
In our new national poll Donald Trump's favorability is 29/63. But Ted Cruz's really isn't that much better at 30/58
— PublicPolicyPolling (@ppppolls) March 31, 2016
I am one to tell you polls don’t mean anything but people do not listen to me, so I have to put this out to keep things even. The polls are all over the place, and nobody knows the outcome until the American voters vote. If the union workers, the blue collars get out to vote in Wisconsin in huge numbers, Trump will win.
From The Hill:
Republican presidential candidates Ted Cruz and Donald Trump are in a dead heat in Wisconsin just days before the state’s primary, according to a new poll.
A survey released Thursday by the left-leaning Public Policy Polling found that Cruz leads with 38 percent support, with Trump right behind at 37 percent — within the margin of error.
John Kasich follows with 17 percent.Cruz and Trump are in a tight race in the Badger State, although polls disagree on how close it is. A Marquette Law School survey released on Wednesday showed the Texas senator leading Trump by 10 points.
Interesting that the Media doesn't focus on this new Wisconsin Poll where Trump is Tied with Cruz! Are we seeing a Trump surge? Report it!
— Italians For Trump (@Italians4Trump) March 31, 2016
New PPP Poll Doesn't Reflect that 10 point Lead for Cruz in Wisconsin Marquette reported? Cruz 38, Trump 37 https://t.co/Zi2KxnBqta
— John Stephenson (@JayS2629) March 31, 2016
In PPP WI poll, Cruz leads in favorability with crossover Dems 68-37 over Trump. THAT is simply impossible.
— Bill Mitchell (@mitchellvii) March 31, 2016
— Nikee Lynn (@ModelNikeeLynn) March 31, 2016
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h/t – The Hill