U.S. Republican presidential candidate Trump speaks at a campaign event at the Veterans Memorial Building in Cedar Rapids

Trump beats Republicans, not Clinton, in one-on-one matchups

U.S. Republican presidential candidate Trump speaks at a campaign event at the Veterans Memorial Building in Cedar RapidsBy Megan Cassella WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Donald Trump would win a hypothetical head-to-head contest against either of his two closest Republican U.S. presidential rivals, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio, but he would fall short of beating Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton if the election were held today, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll on Monday. If the Republican primary featured a face-off between Trump and Cruz, a Texas senator, Trump would win the support of 41 percent of Republican and independent voters, the poll showed. Cruz would take 31 percent, while 28 percent said they would not vote in a Cruz-Trump contest.

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