Poll shows Sanders, Cruz in lead

The latest poll from the Marquette University Law School shows Ted Cruz (40%) up 10 percentage points in Wisconsin over Donald Trump (30%), with John Kasich in third with 21% among likely voters.

On the Democratic side, Bernie Sanders leads Hillary Clinton 49% to 45% among likely voters.

The full poll sample included 1,405 registered voters and was conducted March 24–28. The margin of error was +/- 3.3 percentage points.

Other findings:

In the state Supreme Court race, Rebecca Bradley leads JoAnne Kloppenburg 41% to 36% with 18% undecided.

The U.S. Senate race tightened up, with Russ Feingold getting the support of 47% of respondents versus 42% for Republican incumbent Ron Johnson.

Among likely voters, 54% say they will vote in the Republican primary, while 46% say they will vote in the Democratic primary.

Ninety-nine percent of Republicans say they will vote in the Republican primary with 1% saying they’ll cross over, while 95% of Democrats say they’ll vote in their primary, with 5% crossing over to the Republican side.