Texas GOP Polls 2016: Ted Cruz Has Lead on Donald Trump
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Texas GOP Polls 2016: Ted Cruz Has Lead on Donald Trump

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Ted Cruz hopes to win his home state on Super Tuesday. (Getty)

Ted Cruz looks to have a lead in his home state of Texas based on early polling. According to RealClear Politics, Cruz has a lead in every poll with some polls having him with a double digit margin.

Cruz needs to do well in Texas to have a chance of staying in the race with Trump. Early polling shows Trump with a lead in most Super Tuesday states.

Texas has the most delegates at stake of any Super Tuesday state with 155. The proportional method will be used to divide the delegates among the candidates based on the results.

Here’s a look at the latest Texas GOP polls:


RealClear Politics Average

RealClear Politics keeps a running average of the polls from Texas. The average includes the data from five polls. The CBS News/YouGov poll conducted February 22-26, the Monmouth poll conducted February 22-24, the Emerson poll conducted February 21-23, the KTVT-CBS 11 poll conducted February 22 and the NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll conducted February 18-23.

CANDIDATE VOTE %
Ted Cruz 36.2
Donald Trump 26.6
Marco Rubio 19.2
John Kasich 6.4
Ben Carson 5.6

CBS News/YouGov

The CBS News/YouGov poll was conducted February 22-26. It has a margin of error of 5.6 percentage points.

CANDIDATE VOTE %
Ted Cruz 42
Donald Trump 31
Marco Rubio 19
Ben Carson 4
John Kasich 4

Monmouth

The Monmouth poll was conducted February 22-24. It has a margin of error of 4.6 percentage points.

CANDIDATE VOTE %
Ted Cruz 38
Donald Trump 23
Marco Rubio 21
Ben Carson 6
John Kasich 5

Emerson

The Emerson poll was conducted February 21-23. It has a margin of error of 4.6 percentage points.

CANDIDATE VOTE %
Ted Cruz 29
Donald Trump 28
Marco Rubio 25
John Kasich 9
Ben Carson 4

KTVT-CBS 11

The KTVT-CBS 11 poll was conducted February 22. It has a margin of error of 3.6 percentage points.

CANDIDATE VOTE %
Ted Cruz 33
Donald Trump 25
Marco Rubio 15
John Kasich 8
Ben Carson 6

NBC News/Wall Street Journal

The NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll was conducted February 18-23. It has a margin of error of 4.2 percentage points.

CANDIDATE VOTE %
Ted Cruz 39
Donald Trump 26
Marco Rubio 16
Ben Carson 8
John Kasich 6

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26 Comments

Kay

Sad to see how Texas is a victim of common core… This entire nation needs to know what a Natural Born Citizen is. Cruz Rubio Jindal all equally worthless. I believe they should be help responsible for their obvious and voluntary attempt to con the country and to betray the Constitution.

Nick

It’s ok to be as dumb as a sack of rocks Kay, just do yourself a favor and don’t flaunt it.

alexia130

After tomoorow Nick,,, you can just “read em and weep” after Trump runs the table,,,Trump 2016

George Jefferson

Texas is not a winner take all state. If Cruz can’t land 50% or better, his campaign is virtually over.

duaneco13

You would think it would be but Cruz and Rubio are banking on a brokered convention. Unfortunately for Cruz he is pretty much hated in the GOP so Rubio may get the crown. Rubio is not well liked even in his home state however. If a brokered convention don’t result in a Trump nomination we may as well sing the death Nell for the Republican party.

alexia130

Yep,,, tomorrow they will “split em up” like the gentleman they aint,,lol, Trump2016

Jon

Rubio wont get crap because he can’t even win one state.

alexia130

Yep everybody get out an vote Trump tomorrow,,Trum,p 2016

Anonymous

I’m not voting this election year the candidates all suck! Republicans and Democrats no one is worth my vote I am doing quite well financially retired and in my mid 40’s don’t need any of this egomaniacs in the Whitehouse. See you all in 4 years!

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