A poll shows Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders would both defeat Donald Trump and Ted Cruz in Michigan.Poll shows Clinton and Sanders beat Trump and Cruz in Michigan
NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist College
If the election were held today, both former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton of New York and Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont would win in Michigan over either real estate developer Donald Trump of New York and Senator Ted Cruz of Texas. Both would have larger margins over Trump than Cruz with Sanders earning the bigger victories.More at the link, including results from other polls and a video recap of last night's debate.
The NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist poll published Sunday, March 6, showed Clinton would defeat Trump fifty-two percent to thirty-six percent in Michigan, a sixteen point margin. Sanders would beat Trump even more handily, a twenty-two point lead of fifty-six percent to thirty-four percent.
At Sunday night's Democratic debate in Flint, Sanders pointed out his advantage over Clinton against Trump. "I would love to run against Donald Trump," Sanders was quoted by Fox News Latino, adding that polls show "Sanders vs. Trump does a lot better than Clinton vs. Trump."
Stay tuned for more coverage through Wednesday.