American Research Group, Inc.

Wisconsin

Presidential primary preference:

Wisconsin
Likely Republican Primary Voters Apr 1-3
Cruz 32%
Kasich 23%
Trump 42%
Other *
Undecided 3%
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*= Less than 1/2 of 1%  - = None

 

Preference by self-reported party:

Wisconsin
Likely Republican
Primary Voters
Republicans (60%) Other (40%)
Cruz 34% 30%
Kasich 17% 31%
Trump 46% 35%
Other * *
Undecided 3% 4%

 

Preference by age:

Wisconsin
Likely Republican
Primary Voters
18 to 49 (41%) 50 and older (59%)
Cruz 34% 31%
Kasich 25% 21%
Trump 38% 44%
Other * *
Undecided 3% 4%

 

Preference by sex:

Wisconsin
Likely Republican
Primary Voters
Male (54%) Female (46%)
Cruz 23% 43%
Kasich 17% 29%
Trump 57% 24%
Other * *
Undecided 3% 4%


Preference by contact:

Wisconsin
Likely Republican
Primary Voters
Landline (61%) Cell/Other (39%)
Cruz 28% 39%
Kasich 24% 20%
Trump 45% 36%
Other * *
Undecided 3% 4%



About this Survey -

Survey Sponsor: American Research Group, Inc.

The American Research Group has been conducting surveys of voters since 1985.

Sample Size: 400 completed telephone interviews among a random sample of likely Republican primary voters living in Wisconsin (240 self-reported Republicans and 160 self-reported independents and Democrats.

Sample Dates: April 1-3, 2016

Margin of Error: 5 percentage points, 95% of the time, on questions where opinion is evenly split.

Question Wording:

If the 2016 Republican presidential primary were being held today between (names rotated) Ted Cruz, John Kasich, and Donald Trump, for whom would you vote?

Using a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 meaning that you will definitely not vote in the 2016 Republican presidential primary and 10 meaning that you will definitely vote in the 2016 Republican presidential primary, what number would you give as your chance of voting in the 2016 Republican presidential primary?

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