CHICAGO – Donald Trump is leading in Illinois among the four candidates left in the GOP presidential nomination race, the Chicago Tribune reported Tuesday.
Among 600 registered voters likely to vote next Tuesday, 32 percent said they would vote for Donald Trump. Ted Cruz came in ten points behind, at 22 percent and Marco Rubio at 21 percent. Ohio Governor John Kasich is in a close last place at 18 percent.
Seven percent remain undecided. The error margin on the poll is at 4.1 percentage points.
Illinois is one of the four major "Super Duper" primary states March 15th, when the primary winners "take all delegates" setup kicks into effect.