April 24, 2016
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump hold comfortable leads in the upcoming Pennsylvania primaries, according to a new NBC/Wall Street Journal/Marist poll released Sunday.
Among likely Democratic voters, Clinton leads Bernie Sanders by 15 percentage points with 55% of the vote.
Trump leads the field among likely Republican voters with 45% of the vote over Cruz at 27% and John Kasich at 24%.
The margin of error on the Republican side is +/-4.1%. On the Democratic side, it's +/-3.6%.
State voters were also polled on hypothetical head-to-head matchups in the general election between the five candidates. Both Clinton and Sanders hold double-digit leads over Trump and Cruz, however, Clinton trails Kasich by 3% as Sanders leads Kasich by 6%.
The poll was conducted April 18-20 of 2,606 registered voters.
The Pennsylvania primary is set for Tuesday.