- 12 апреля 2016, 19:49
- POLITICO. Top Stories
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump hold double-digit leads among likely Democratic and Republican primary voters in New York, according to the results of the latest Quinnipiac University poll released Tuesday.
Among Democrats, Clinton leads Bernie Sanders 53 percent to 40 percent and 7 percent undecided, buoyed by a 36-point advantage among African-American voters in the state (65 percent to 28 percent). Clinton also leads among those who described themselves as somewhat liberal (56 percent to 42 percent), moderate or conservative (58 percent to 33 percent) and among men (48 percent to 43 percent) and women (55 percent to 38 percent). Sanders leads only among voters describing themselves as very liberal (55 percent to 41 percent) and voters younger than 45 (55 percent to 36 percent).
On the Republican side of the race, Trump holds a strong 35-point lead over Ohio Gov. John Kasich, 55 percent to 20 percent, with Texas Sen. Ted Cruz finishing at 19 percent and 6 percent undecided.
The Manhattan real-estate mogul holds wide advantages among those identifying with the tea party, white, born-again evangelicals, men, women, and every other geographic and ideological subgroup.
The poll was conducted April 6-11 via landlines and cellphones, surveying 860 likely Democratic primary voters with a margin of error of plus or minus 3.3 percentage points and 550 likely Republican primary voters with a margin of error of plus or minus 4.2 percentage points.