Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton hold commanding leads in Pennsylvania, according to a new Fox News poll published Wednesday, a day after both cruised to victory in the New York primary.
Trump receives 48 percent among likely GOP primary voters in the Keystone State, according to the poll. John Kasich is at 22 percent and Ted Cruz gets 20 percent. Another 11 percent are undecided.
Just over half of the men questioned back Trump (53 percent), while the rest split between Kasich (20 percent) and Cruz (19 percent).
Women are a bit less enthusiastic about Trump, the poll found. 42 percent support him, while 25 percent support Kasich and 20 percent support Cruz.
On the Democratic side, Clinton bests Bernie Sanders by 49-38 percent, the Fox News poll found.
Large majorities of Clinton (84 percent) and Sanders (79 percent) backers feel certain about their choice, leaving a bit of wiggle room on each side: 16 percent for Clinton and 21 percent for Sanders say they could change their mind.
The Pennsylvania primary will be held on April 26.