NBC/WSJ Polls: Clinton and Trump Maintain Leads in PA Primary

Hillary and Donald are still ahead.

According to a poll recently run by NBC/Wall Street Journal, the two front-runners maintain a strong lead headed into tomorrow’s primary.

On the Republican side, Trump leads with 45% of Republican voters with Cruz in second at 27% and John Kasich in a close third with 24%.

Demographically, Trump continues to perform best among those without a college degree at 52% and those in the northeastern part of the state with 52%.

He struggles among college graduate (37%), women (39%), white evangelicals (40%, but still beating Cruz) as well as in the Philadelphia suburbs (38%, but beats Kasich at 34%).


In the Democratic race, Clinton is beating Sanders 55% to 40% among likely democratic voters.

Clinton is winning among African Americans (67% to Sanders’ 29%), those 45 and older (66% to 28%) as well as women (62% to 34%). 

On the other hand, Sanders holds the lead among those who are under the age of 45 (60% to Clinton’s 34%) and men (49% to 45%).

NBC Dem Poll

NBC News, the Wall Street Journal and Marist Poll surveyed 734 likely PA Democratic primary voters and 571 likely PA Republican primary voters. The margins of error are +/- 3.6% and 4.1% respectively.

April 25th, 2016 | Posted in Front Page Stories, Presidential, Top Stories | 2 Comments

2 thoughts on “NBC/WSJ Polls: Clinton and Trump Maintain Leads in PA Primary”

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  2. Tim says:

    I can;t wait for Trump to get a hold of “Crooked Hillary”. She’s dead meat.

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