That’s according to the latest Fox News poll, which shows both of them up by double-digits.
Donald Trump leads the field with 48% while John Kasich sits in second with 22% followed by Ted Cruz at 20%.
The big divides in Trump’s support are gender and education related. For instance, 53% of men support him against 42% of women while he gets 41% of those with college degrees and 55% among those that don’t have one.
On the other side of the aisle, Clinton leads Bernie Sanders 49% to 38%.
For the Dems there are several demographic divisions.
First of all, Hillary is far ahead with women (54/33) while Bernie edges her among men (45/42). Additionally, Clinton’s lead is much larger among blacks (69/22) than whites (54/33). The educational divide is also evident as Clinton performs better with those that graduated college (55/36) than those that didn’t (43/40).
It may surprise Sanders supporters to know that he does better with voters that make more than $50K (41%) than people who make less than $50K (34%).
Finally, the age gap is largest as Clinton wins with residents 45 or older (53/32) while Bernie takes those younger than 45 (55/37).
Fox also tested Clinton and Trump head-to-head and got a 44% to 44% tie.
In such a contest Clinton would win: blacks (84/8); Democrats (83/11); liberals (76/16); women (52/37); under $50K income (52/38); under 35 year-olds (50/36); college degree (48/41); over 65 year-olds (47/42); over 55 year-olds (45/44).
Meanwhile, Trump would prevail with: Republicans (77/9); conservatives (75/11); men (53/35); whites (49/40); 35 to 54 year-olds (49/41); no college degree (49/41); over $50K income (48/42).
This Fox News poll was conducted by Anderson Robbins Research (D) and Shaw & Company Research (R) through live telephone interviews. They surveyed 1,607 likely PA primary voters with a margin of error of +/- 2.5%. It includes 805 likely Democratic primary voters and 802 likely Republican primary voters, with margin of errors of +/-3.5%