28 Delegates: Winner-Take-Most Primary (Tuesday April 26)
Total delegates include 10 base at-large; 15 total for 5 congressional districts (3 ea.) and 3 party delegates. Read rules below polling data table.
|PPD Average||4/10 - 4/24||--||--||52.8||26.5||14.5||Trump +26.3|
|PPP (D)||4/22 - 4/24||512 LV||4.3||59.0||25.0||13.0||Trump +34|
|Gravis||4/23 - 4/24||964 LV||3||54.0||27.0||9.0||Trump +27|
|Quinnipiac||4/12 - 4/18||823 LV||3.4||48.0||28.0||19.0||Trump +20|
|Emerson||4/10 - 4/11||354 LV||5.2||50.0||26.0||17.0||Trump +24|
|Emerson||11/13 - 11/16||445 LV||4.6||25.0||10.0||6.0||Trump +11|
|Quinnipiac||10/7 - 10/11||464 RV||4.6||34.0||4.0||6.0||Trump +20|
The latest 2016 Connecticut Republican Primary polls for the Tuesday April 26 winner-take-most contest, where 28 delegates are up for grabs. 25 of Connecticut’s 28 delegates to the Republican National Convention are pledged to presidential contenders in today’s Connecticut Presidential Primary. [Article I, Section 17]
— 15 district delegates are to be allocated to presidential contenders based on the primary results in each of the 5 congressional districts: each congressional district is assigned 3 National Convention delegates and the presidential contender receiving the greatest number of votes in that district will receive all 3 of that district’s National Convention delegates. [Article I, Section 17. (b)]
— 13 at-large delegates (10 base at-large delegates plus 0 bonus delegates plus 3 RNC delegates) are to be allocated to presidential contenders based on the statewide primary vote. [Article I, Section 17.(a)]
1) If one candidate receives a majority of the statewide vote (more than 50%), that candidate is allocated all 13 of the at-large delegates.
2) If no candidate receives a majority of the statewide vote, each presidential candidate receiving 20% or more of the statewide vote shall be allocated delegates accordingly based on their percentage of the vote total of those candidates who met the 20% threshold. Round fractional proportions of a delegate to the nearest whole number. If rounding results in too few delegates being allocated, the candidate receiving the most votes receives an additional delegate. [Article I, Section 17.(g)] (no mention of what to do if too many delegates are allocated due to rounding)
The 3 party leaders, the National Committeeman, the National Committeewoman, and the chairman of the Connecticut’s Republican Party, will by virtue of their position, attend the convention as pledged delegates.
The delegates … shall be committed … unless released by the candidate, shall vote for the candidate on the first ballot, and shall not change their vote during the course of that ballot. [Article I, Section 17 (a)]