A new poll, released Saturday by Loras College in Dubuque, IA seems to confirm other polls that show Texas Sen. Ted Cruz comfortably ahead of Donald Trump in Wisconsin. But the same poll contradicts previous polls on the Democratic race.
The Loras poll is based on interviews with 1,000 registered Wisconsin voters, including 832 who said they will likely vote in the Tuesday primary. That number was split evenly between Republicans and Democrats (416 each).
Of those Republicans polled, 38 per cent said they plan to vote for Cruz, 31 per cent picked Trump and just 18 per cent picked John Kasich.
Among Democrats, Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was the choice of 47 per cent, while 41 per cent said they plan to vote for Sen. Bernie Sanders.
A poll by Marquette University earlier this week showed Sanders with a slim lead over Clinton in Wisconsin.
The Loras College Poll also shows Rebecca Bradley with a 39-35 per cent lead over JoAnne Kloppenburg in the state supreme court race.
Loras says the margin of error in the poll is plus or minus 3.1 per cent.