2016 Massachusetts Republican Primary
42 Delegates: Allocated Proportionately (March 1, 2016)
(Please Note: Total delegates include 10 base at-large, 27 for the 9 congressional districts, 3 party and 2 bonus.)
|PPD Average||2/19 - 2/28||--||0.0||45.3||18.5||15.3||11.0||3.0||Trump +26.8|
|Emerson||2/26 - 2/28||408 LV||4.8||51.0||20.0||14.0||10.0||1.0||Trump +31|
|Suffolk University||2/24 - 2/26||500 LV||4.4||43.0||20.0||17.0||9.0||4.0||Trump +23|
|UMass Amherst||2/19 - 2/25||292 LV||6.3||47.0||15.0||11.0||15.0||2.0||Trump +32|
|Emerson||2/19 - 2/21||289 LV||5.7||50.0||16.0||10.0||13.0||2.0||Trump +34|
|Boston Globe/Suffolk||11/19 - 11/22||134 LV||8.5||32.0||18.0||10.0||2.0||5.0||Trump +14|
|Emerson College||10/16 - 10/18||271 LV||5.9||48.0||12.0||5.0||3.0||14.0||Trump +34|
Above is the 2016 Massachusetts Republican Primary polls aggregated and averaged by People’s Pundit Daily (PPD). There are 42 delegates up for grabs in the Bay State. All 42 of Massachusetts’ delegates to the Republican National Convention are proportionally allocated to presidential contenders based on the statewide results.
A mandatory 5% threshold is required in order for a presidential contender to be allocated National Convention delegates. Further, 3 party leaders, the National Committeeman, the National Committeewoman, and the chairman of the Massachusetts’s Republican Party, will attend the convention as pledged delegates simply by virtue of their position.