A new USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times statewide poll has found that Donald Trump has the support of 37% of GOP voters surveyed, up from 24%.
Cruz, who was in single digits in the last poll behind candidates who have since left the race, is now at 30%. The third candidate, Ohio Gov. John Kasich, was invisible last September and is now at 12%.
The poll shows Trump leading in most areas of the state except the Central Valley, where conservative voters put Cruz ahead. In Los Angeles County, the two are nearly tied.
The survey showed Trump leading among college graduates and those without college degrees, and among almost all ranges of income. There was no distinction between the level of support from men and women.
(via The Los Angeles Times)