After his huge win in Pennsylvania, Trump is now beating Cruz two-to-one in unbound delegate support on the crucial first ballot.
abcnews.go.com reports: After his decisive win last week in Pennsylvania, Donald Trump is now beating Sen. Ted Cruz nearly two-to-one among unbound delegates who say they will support him on the first ballot, according to an analysis by ABC News.
The GOP front-runner is also showing signs of an increasingly organized delegate strategy.
Trump now leads Cruz 43-22 among delegates who are free to vote for any candidate on the first ballot of the Republican convention this July, according to ABC News data.
Of the unbound delegates pledging to vote Trump on the first ballot, 41 hail from Pennsylvania. By contrast, only three Pennsylvania unbound delegates said they plan to vote for Cruz, while nine others said they were uncommitted.