Ahead of Tuesday's Pennsylvania primary, a new poll shows that Democratic front runner Hillary Clinton would beat Donald Trump if the presidential election was held today, but lose to Ted Cruz and John Kasich.
The poll, released Monday by Phoenix-based Behavior Research Center, shows the former Secretary of State beating Trump 42 percent to 35 percent, but losing to Cruz's 43 percent and Kasich's 44 percent.
As for Bernie Sanders, he would beat all three GOP presidential candidates in head-to-head matchups.
The poll surveyed 564 registered state voters between April 4 and April 11, which was before April 19's New York primary, where Clinton and Trump notched victories.
Plenty has changed since then, with Cruz and Kasich's campaigns publicly declaring Sunday their plans to block Trump from securing the Republican nomination.