Per SurveyUSA California poll of likely Republican primary voters, April 27-30, 2016:
Trump supporters: Positive: 15%, Negative 62%
Cruz supporters: Positive: 22%, Negative 21%
Kasich supporters: Positive 45%, Negative 10%
SurveyUSA chart lists in order Trump, Cruz, Kasich, undecided as chart below.
April 27-30, 2016. 529 Registered California likely Republican primary voters. Automated voice on landline, text questions on mobile devices, 61-39
5/2/16, "Top 3 CA Primary Contests Not Close At This
Hour...Cruz and Kasich No Longer Competitive,
Though Congressional-District Delegate-Math Does Matter to Trump," Survey USA
California Republican choice for GOP nominee:
California GOP Hispanic voters:
"About: SurveyUSA interviewed 2,400 state of California adults
04/27/16 through 04/30/16. All interviews were conducted after results
of the 04/26/16 primaries in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland,
Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island were known. Of the adults, 2,011 were
registered to vote in the state of California. Of the CA registered
voters, 529 were determined by SurveyUSA to be likely to vote in the
06/07/16 Republican Presidential primary, 826 were determined by
SurveyUSA to be likely to vote in the 06/07/16 Democratic Presidential
primary, 1,502 were determined to be likely to vote in the 06/07/16
open, non-partisan U.S. Senate primary, and 1,683 were determined to be
likely to vote in the 11/08/16 general election. This research was
conducted using blended sample, mixed mode. Respondents reachable on a
home telephone (61% of registered voters) were interviewed on their home
telephone in the recorded voice of a professional announcer.
Respondents not reachable on a home telephone (39% of registered voters)
were shown a questionnaire on their smartphone, tablet or other
Comment: Kasich and Hillary are the same person: globalists who are acceptable to the united Wall St.-Republican-Democrat-media establishment, effectively the UniParty. This may be why the two blend more easily in peoples' minds.
In the absence of two completely different political parties, there are no checks and balances on government. Legitimate questions aren't asked, government oversight doesn't exist or is ignored. We're told this is better, that it's "consensus." Consensus is a bound and gagged, enslaved citizenry. If someone asks what happened to the money, they're laughed at. They learn not to ask again. In places like Communist China and Brunei, they have lots of "consensus," none of that "bitter division" or "polarization."