Poll: Trump up 35 points in New York
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Republican presidential front-runner Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpCensus Bureau intends to wrap up count on Oct. 5 despite judge's order Top House Republican calls for probe of source of NYT Trump tax documents New Yorkers report receiving ballots with wrong name, voter addresses MORE has a commanding 35-point lead in New York, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Tuesday.

Trump takes 55 percent support, with John Kasich at 20 percent and Ted CruzRafael (Ted) Edward CruzSupreme Court fight should drive Democrats and help Biden Fears grow of chaotic election Senate GOP set to vote on Trump's Supreme Court pick before election MORE at 19 percent.


The poll found that 22 percent may change their mind before the April 19 contest, while 6 percent are still undecided.

“Donald Trump is big in his home state,” said Quinnipiac University Poll Assistant Director Maurice Carroll.

Quinnipiac found the numbers basically unchanged since their last New York poll on March 31, when Trump had 56 percent, Cruz 20 percent and Kasich 19 percent.

Another survey released late Monday found Trump with an even bigger lead.

The NY1/Baruch College poll showed Trump with 60 percent — a 43-point edge over Kasich’s 17 percent and Cruz’s 14 percent.

New York awards 95 delegates in next week’s primary.

Trump already has 755 delegates, putting him ahead of Cruz’s 545 and Kasich’s 143. He needs 1,237 to lock down the GOP presidential nomination and avoid a contested convention in July.

The Quinnipiac poll was of 550 likely Republican primary voters in New York via cell and landline telephone interviews from April 6 to 11. It has a 4.2 percent margin of error.