Michigan GOP Polls 2016: Donald Trump Remains on Top

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Donald Trump is hoping to win Michigan on Tuesday. (Getty)

After Ted Cruz won the most delegates during the March 5 elections, Donald Trump will look to answer back with big victories during the March 8 caucus and primaries. Michigan is seen as the most important state on March 8 given it has the most delegates at stake of the four states holding nominating events.

Early polling numbers show Trump with a sizable lead in most polls. According to RealClear Politics, Trump has an average lead of 15.4 percentage points in the early polls. Michigan is seen as the biggest prize for GOP candidates before the Ohio and Florida March 15 primaries.

Here’s a look at the early Michigan GOP polls.


RealClear Politics Average

RealClear Politics keeps a running average of the Michigan polls. The average includes data from five polls. The Monmouth poll conducted March 3-6, the FOX 2 Detroit/Mitchell poll conducted March 6, the Trafalgar Group poll conducted March 5-6, the ARG poll conducted March 4-5 and the CBS News/YouGov poll conducted March 2-4.

CANDIDATE VOTE%
Donald Trump 37.8
John Kasich 22.4
Ted Cruz 20.8
Marco Rubio 11.4

Monmouth

The Monmouth poll was conducted March 3-6. It has a margin of error of 4.9 percentage points.

CANDIDATE VOTE%
Donald Trump 36
Ted Cruz 23
John Kasich 21
Marco Rubio 13

FOX 2 Detroit/Mitchell

The FOX 2 Detroit/Mitchell poll was conducted March 6. It has a margin of error of 3.8 percentage points.

CANDIDATE VOTE%
Donald Trump 42
John Kasich 20
Ted Cruz 19
Marco Rubio 9

ARG

The ARG poll was conducted March 4-5. It has a margin of error of 5 percentage points.

CANDIDATE VOTE%
John Kasich 33
Donald Trump 31
Ted Cruz 15
Marco Rubio 11

CBS News/YouGov

The CBS News/YouGov poll was conducted March 2-4. It has a margin of error of 5.9 percentage points.

CANDIDATE VOTE%
Donald Trump 39
Ted Cruz 24
Marco Rubio 16
John Kasich 15

Trafalgar Group

The Trafalgar Group poll was conducted March 5-6. It has a margin of error of 4 percentage points.

CANDIDATE VOTE%
Donald Trump 41
Ted Cruz 23
John Kasich 23
Marco Rubio 8



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