An Electoral College projection released Wednesday from Morning Consult found that Hillary Clinton would secure massive victories in the general election against either Donald Trump or Ted Cruz, the two most likely Republican presidential nominees.
The study, which surveyed more than 44,000 registered voters across all 50 states, showed that Clinton would have the advantage in nearly every Midwestern swing state against Trump, the GOP frontrunner, and Cruz, the Texas senator nipping at his heels.
According to the projection Clinton beats Trump 328 to 210, and Cruz 332 to 206.
The study also suggests that John Kasich would be able to beat Hillary in a face to face, however I really think that is only based on a lack of name recognition and that once they got to November his lead would evaporate.
Not only is Kasich just as bad as Cruz, if not worse is some cases, he is also has reams of opposition research just waiting to see the light of day.
Plus let's face it if he were to get the nomination after being so far behind all this time Donald Trump would go after him like a rabid dog and irreparably fracture the party before the election.
The thing about Clinton, Trump, and Cruz is that the public pretty much knows all about them, so these would essentially be their numbers going forward.