Hillary Clinton increased her commanding lead from 60.9% to 62.9%. She has been in the 60% to 63% range the last five weeks.
After a bad two weeks, Donald Trump rebounded a bit from 14.1% to 14.8%. That is still well below the 23% he was at three weeks ago.
Bernie Sanders had the biggest drop, moving from 9.5% to 7.7%. That is still well above his trend from March.
Ted Cruz improved from 7% to 7.7% setting another new high and catching Sanders for third place.
John Kasich struggles for the second straight week dropping from 3.6% to 2.9%. He peaked two weeks ago at 4.1%.
Paul Ryan announced that he will not be seeking the nomination at the convention nor will he accept it. He also stated he believes if it becomes a contested convention, the candidate chosen should be a candidate that actually ran this year. That shook the odds of the candidates currently not in the race. Ryan dropped from 2.3% to 1.4%. Mitt Romney dropped from 0.6% to 0.5%. Marco Rubio, who was no longer in the odds, came back in at 0.5%.
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