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GLASTONBURY, Conn. (AP) — Republican presidential candidate John Kasich says he's seeing signs that some primary voters in states that have already voted may be having second thoughts about supporting Donald Trump.
He urged more than 1,000 people at high school gymnasium in Glastonbury, Connect on Friday to help him win some delegates Tuesday so he can have greater standing at the national convention.
Connecticut is one of five states holding its presidential primary Tuesday. A Quinnipiac (KWIHN'-ih-pee-ak) University Poll shows Trump at 48 percent, Kasich at 28 percent, and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz at 19 percent in the state. The poll's margin of sampling error is plus or minus 3.4 percentage points.
Kasich says new polling shows more New Hampshire primary voters now support him than Trump, who won there in February.
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