Sunday, April 17, 2016 – 03:00 p.m.
Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton have double-digit leads in a new CBS/YouGov poll of California voters released Sunday.
In the battle for the GOP nomination for president, Trump has hit 49-percent in the Golden State.
Trump is trailed by Texas U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (31%) and Ohio Governor John Kasich (16%).
That’s an 18-point lead for Trump and the largest lead for any candidate since January.
On the Democrat side Hillary Clinton sports a 12-point lead over Vermont U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders.
Clinton will undoubtedly lock up the nomination before California with all the super-delegates pledging to support her.
In other statewide polling Trump and Clinton also hold double-digit leads in New York, and Trump in Pennsylvania.
In New York Trump takes 54-percent of the support, while Clinton pulls 53-percent. The major difference is Trump leads by 33-points, while Clinton leads by only 10-points.
Moving on to Pennsylvania, Trump leads Cruz by 20-points at 46-percent, with Cruz’s support falling by 3-points since March.
Trump’s support in the Keystone State has been steadily climbing over the past thirty days.