Trump 41%, Ted Cruz 32%
That would be his biggest lead so far in Indiana.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is ahead by 9 points in Indiana ahead of the state's Tuesday primary, according to a poll released Friday.
Trump has 41 percent support among likely GOP primary voters, the American Research Group poll found, followed by Ted Cruz at 32 percent, and John Kasich, at 21 percent.
Trump is the top choice among the solely self-reported Republicans surveyed, taking 42 percent compared to 34 percent for Cruz and 17 percent for Kasich.
The businessman is also the top choice among the self-reported independents and Democrats deemed likely to vote in the primary, leading Cruz by 10 points among that group.
While Trump holds a 13-point lead over Cruz among men, 45 to 32 percent, his lead among women is narrower — 36 to 32 percent.