Trump and Clinton Continue Their Dominance in Michigan
The latest poll for Michigan by CBS News/YouGov has placed Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in the lead of their respective parties.
Which Democratic candidate would you vote for?
- Hillary Clinton – 55%
- Bernie Sanders – 44%
Which Republican candidate would you vote for?
- Donald Trump – 39%
- Ted Cruz – 24%
- Marco Rubio – 16%
- John Kasich – 15%
Clinton is still leading Bernie Sanders in most states, but he is starting to close the gap in others. After winning three primaries over the weekend in Kansas, Nebraska, and Maine, he has managed to stop the bleeding and may be able to regain momentum heading forward.
The one problem Sanders will face is the delegate system and the massive amount of super delegates that Clinton has already locked down. However, if he can force the party’s hand, and put the super delegates in an awkward spot where they have no choice but to back him, he may be able to sneak in a victory over Clinton.
For the Republicans, Trump continues to win primaries, losing the occasional one to Ted Cruz. He survived the KKK drama and hasn’t said anything overly disastrous in the last couple of days.
Oddly enough, Trump doesn’t even have to behave to amass votes. At this point, voters are interested in the sideshow and they are excited whenever Trump engages in controversial discussions and says something offensive. The comments Trump has made would have destroyed the career of any other candidate, but for the billionaire, they only strengthen his position in the polls.
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