Around the first of the year, the New York Times polled every congressional district in the country.
The poll had a margin of error of almost 9%, but its findings were that Donald Trump was getting about a third of the vote in both McHenry County congressional districts.
Now the Chicago Tribune finds that Trump is getting 32% of the vote statewide.
The results for the four candidates still on the stump follow:
- Donald Trump – 32%
- Ted Cruz – 22%
- Marco Rubio – 21%
- John Kasich – 18%
- Undecided – 7%
The margin of error in the 600-person Tribune poll is 4.1%.