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Donald Trump has a big lead in the next crucial state

Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump is leading in the polls in the next key primary state. A trio of recent surveys of likely GOP primary voters found Trump with a strong lead in Michigan, which awards its 59 delegates on Tuesday. A new Monmouth University poll on Monday found Trump with 36% support to Sen. Ted Cruz's 23% support and Ohio Gov. John Kasich's 21% support.
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