In the Democratic primary, the commonwealth holds 210 total delegates while in the GOP primary PA has 71 total delegates.
Since the state will be such a huge contest, FiveThirtyEight has launched their PA forecast.
Their polling average has Trump at 32.5%, Kasich at 22.3% and 18.6% for Cruz.
They project that Trump will finish first with 39.2%, followed by Kasich with 30.5% and Cruz with 25.6%. At the moment, the polls show Trump with a 65% shot at winning while the Ohio Governor sits at 23% and the Texas Senator 13%.
Under their polls-plus forecast, though, Trump’s chances fall to 46% and Cruz has a better chance (28%) at victory than Kasich (26%).
That same polls-plus forecast predicts that Trump will take 34.9%, Cruz 30.9% and Kasich 29.6%.
Over on the other side of the aisle, Clinton has the advantage in the polling average over Sanders 53.1% to 27.9%.
FiveThirtyEight’s projects Clinton will receive 61.1% of the vote against Sanders’ 35.3%. The polls give the former Secretary of State a 91% chance of victory while the Vermont Senator’s odds are at just 9%.
Using the polls-plus forecast, Hillary has a whopping 96% chance of winning against Bernie’s 4%. It also predicts she will get 65.8% of the vote while he’ll get 30.6%.
The primary is set for April 26th.