Michigan GOP Polls 2016: Donald Trump Has Large Lead

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Donald Trump continues to collect delegates. (Getty)

Donald Trump had a great performance on Super Tuesday and early polling numbers show that could continue in the upcoming primaries. According to RealClear Politics, Trump is favored by an average of 15.4 percentage points in Michigan.

The Michigan Republican primary will take place on March 8. It is an important state with 59 delegates up for grabs. Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio hope they can narrow the gap in Michigan prior to the primary date. The GOP held its most recent debate in Detroit, Michigan just days before the primary.

Here’s a look at the latest Michigan polls.


RealClear Politics Average

RealClear Politics keeps a running average of the Michigan GOP polls. The average includes data from three polls. The FOX 2 Detroit/Mitchell poll conducted March 1, the EPIC-MRA poll conducted February 27-29 and the MRG poll conducted February 22-27.

CANDIDATE VOTE %
Donald Trump 33.7
Marco Rubio 18.3
Ted Cruz 17.0
John Kasich 10.0
Ben Carson 8.3

FOX 2 Detroit/Mitchell

The FOX 2 Detroit/Mitchell poll was conducted March 1. It has a margin of error of 3.8 percentage points.

CANDIDATE VOTE %
Donald Trump 39
Marco Rubio 19
Ted Cruz 14
John Kasich 12
Ben Carson 9

EPIC-MRA

The EPIC-MRA poll was conducted February 27-29. It has a margin of error of 4.9 percentage points.

CANDIDATE VOTE %
Donald Trump 29
Ted Cruz 19
Marco Rubio 18
John Kasich 8
Ben Carson 7

MRG

The MRG poll was conducted February 22-27.

CANDIDATE VOTE %
Donald Trump 33
Marco Rubio 18
Ted Cruz 18
John Kasich 10
Ben Carson 9

2 Comments

2 Comments

Larry

? If all these politicians have all the answers why is this Country. In such bad shape? Easy anawer they dont know what their doing, they dont care, and they got to pay back their donors and special interest groups with all the favors at the expense of the American Citizens, American taxpayer.

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