Texas Sen. Ted Cruz may have been helped to some degree by a pact with Ohio Gov. John Kasich to cede the state to Cruz in an effort to stop Donald Trump's march to the GOP presidential nomination, according to exit polling by Fox News Channel.
According to the polls, late deciders broke for Cruz, though Trump was only 9 points behind him. If Cruz picked up Kasich voters, Trump may have lured voters unhappy with the alliance against him.
Here are some of the poll's findings:
- Cruz: 47 percent
- Trump 38 percent
- Kasich: 12 percent
Trump also did will among those without a college education.
- Trump: 56 percent
- Cruz: 37 percent
- Kasich: 6 percent
Among the state's Democratic primary voters, front-runner Hillary Clinton was by far seen as the party's eventual nominee:
Who will be Democratic nominee?
- Hillary Clinton: 73 percent
- Bernie Sanders: 27 percent
Vote if Clinton is nominee among Sanders voters:
Most important issue (Democrats):
- Not for Clinton: 31 percent
- Probably for Clinton: 35 percent
- Definitely for Clinton: 32 percent
Trade with other countries (Democrats):
- Economy/Jobs: 40 percent
- Income inequality: 27 percent
- Healthcare: 23 percent
- Terrorism: 7 percent
- Creates U.S. jobs: 41 percent
- Takes U.S. jobs: 44 percent
- No effect: 11 percent
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