What will the outcome of the presidential primary elections be? Will it be Trump and Clinton? Rubio and Sanders? Cruz and Clinton?
The results are in from an exclusive statewide News 13/Bay News 9 poll, and if the results are any indication as to how things will play out in November, it's going to be a close race for the White House.
However, the primary elections don't appear to be nearly as tight.
Nearly half - 42 percent - of the Republicans polled say that if the March 15 primary were held today, they would vote for Donald Trump. Marco Rubio received support from 22 percent of those polled, while 17 percent said they would vote for Ted Cruz.
On the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton has a landslide lead in the poll. Out of those who were surveyed, 61 percent said they would vote for Clinton if the primary were held today, while only 30 percent said their vote would go to Bernie Sanders.
The voters were also asked who they would vote for if today were Election Day. Clinton leads against Rubio and Cruz but not Trump.
If Trump and Clinton were the candidates in November, Trump would win with 45 percent of the vote to Clinton's 44 percent. If it's between Cruz and Clinton, Clinton would receive 46 percent of the votes while Cruz would receive 44 percent. Clinton would also lead against Rubio with 45 percent of the votes against the Florida senator's 44 percent of the votes.
It should be noted that in all three match-ups, the difference between the candidates is within the margin of error.