Donald Trump has performed well in the Midwest states, which is why this is such a surprise.
It is true that he has had two weeks of bad press, and this state’s talk radio has been especially harsh. But if Trump loses today in Wisconsin, it could spell BIG TROUBLE for his campaign, as the Washington Post explains:
Wisconsin has become an unexpected battleground for Donald Trump and the conglomeration of forces desperately aligning against him, with Tuesday’s primary emerging as a key moment that could reshape the Republican nominating contest both mathematically and psychologically.
Ted Cruz — who has tried to unite conservative activists, talk-radio personalities and the party establishment — stands poised to take some air out of the Trump balloon.
Bleeding from two weeks of self-inflicted wounds and behind in the polls here, Trump scrambled over the weekend to make up ground he has lost to the senator from Texas.
The polls don’t look good for Trump. Cruz has led in 8 of the last 10 according to RealClearPolitics. If he holds on, it will be a major upset and almost certainly spell the end for #nevertrump
Source: Washington Post