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« on: April 22, 2016, 05:27:57 pm »


I knew that it would look this way after Trump's win in NY, and it'll probably look even worse for him after 4/26. If Cruz pulls off a win in Indiana though, I'd bet quite a bit that people will be back to saying that Trump is finished, which is what people were saying less than a week ago. Something tells me we won't know for sure until at least June 7th, if not the convention.

Anyway, this poll is pretty bad for Cruz. It looks like Sanders could pull off a win in Indiana, but of course it won't be a big enough win to change anything.
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« Reply #1 on: April 22, 2016, 07:07:07 pm »

One more point for the GOP side...

If #NeverTrump really wants to succeed, Kasich is going to have to either drop out or tell his voters to vote for Cruz because he is useless after 4/26

Kasich is useful in parts of CA, and the WA GOP isn't exactly uber-conservative either.

The WA GOP is pretty conservative, but Kasich would definitely help Cruz stop Trump from making it close, since Kasich/Trump might split the relatively moderate voters in King county and the suburbs. I think Cruz would still win without Kasich, but it wouldn't be as much of a given.
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