Republican presidential candidate John Kasich said on Sunday that rival Donald TrumpDonald TrumpWashington Post: Our story wasn't fake, it led to Trump ousting Flynn Trump hears 'lock her up' chants at CPAC FULL SPEECH: President Trump speaks to conservatives at annual CPAC conference MORE will likely win all of the states where ballots will be cast on Super Tuesday.
"But you hold your own, and we have our campaign plan," he said.
Kasich said he's going to stand by his campaign strategy, adding that there's going to be a "whole new race" after Ohio votes.
"At the end of the day, what changes this race is my ability to win in Ohio," he said.
"And if any of these people can't win their own states, they probably ought to get out. We ought to consolidate this race."
He touted his poll numbers in Ohio.
He also said he was beating Democratic presidential candidate Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonTrump tells conservatives he is future of GOP Senators ask feds for ‘full account’ of work to secure election from cyber threats Trump hears 'lock her up' chants at CPAC MORE by more than any other candidate.
"I take my positions, and I have strong positions, but I'm going to run my campaign the way I want to, not the way that some pundit wants me to do it so they can get more eyeballs," he said.