Polls for 2016 presidential election latest update: Fox News says Republican nonination fight no longer that easy for Donlad Trump
Donald Trump might have delivered a fiery speech at the Israeli lobby convention AIPAC 2016, nonetheless it still didn’t give him the sort of advantage that he was expecting. His win in Arizona too couldn’t help him much. While he has been leading the Republican presidential hopefuls for the last six months, there are reasons to believe that his lead over his Republican rivals has narrowed in the last ten days or so. While speaking at the AIPAC conference 2016, Donald Trump tried to present himself as the biggest and most sincere friend of the Jews and Jewish state of Israel. He tried to outdo Ted Cruz and Hillary Clinton while praising Israel and condemning Islam and Muslim faith. A latest Fox News poll published Wednesday shows that the billionaire real estate baron is leading the Republican competitors Ted Cruz and John Kasich. Nonetheless the poll suggests that Trump’s rival Ted Cruz has made significant gains. The survey said that as many as 41 percent of the 388 Republican primary voters surveyed from March 20-22 selected Trump as their choice for the GOP nomination. Cruz came in second, earning 38 percent of support — double the support the Texas senator received in a Fox News poll conducted in mid-February. This shows that Ted Cruz’s support is expanding really fast. Fox News has said that the poll had a margin of error of plus or minus five points, leaving Cruz at a statistical tie with Trump. John Kasich placed last with 17 percent, a rise of 9 points since the last Fox News poll was taken.