Transcript for New Numbers Suggest Ted Cruz's Indiana Support May Be Dropping
Gloria, thank you. Now to the race for president. New Numbers tonight suggesting Ted Cruz's support may be collapsing two days before the Indiana primary. A statewide poll showing trump at 49%. Holding a 15-point lead over Cruz. Kasich ceding the state as part of his Cruz alliance. And trump on course for a crucial delegate win to could force his rivals to re-examine their campaigns. Here's Devin Dwyer. Reporter: Tonight, Donald Trump says it's game over for John kasich and Ted Cruz. I knocked out 17 people. I mean, the two last ones, they're like hanging by their fingertips. They're choking, don't let me fall, don't let me fall. Reporter: The front-runner exuding confidence after a two-week winning streak across six states. If we win Indiana, most people think that they quit the race. And, then we can focus on crooked Hillary. Please, let's focus on Hillary. Reporter: Indiana, now looking like a make or break race for Cruz. Who's showing no signs of giving up. Despite trailing trump by more than 400 delegates. If you're on the 30-yard line, it's not a touchdown. Donald right now is on the 30-yard line, and he wants everyone to say, hey, the game is over. Reporter: Cruz has unleashed a barrage of attack ads in Indiana, as democrats itch to take on trump. This hateful talk about immigrants, about muslims, about women, I mean, enough. Reporter: At Hillary Clinton's only Indiana rally today, her supporters told us it's time for sanders to bow out. We need to wrap it up and start the general against Donald Trump. It sounds like you want sanders to get out. Pretty much. I would like to see sanders try to bring some of his supporters over to her as well. Reporter: But tonight, at a press conference in Washington, sanders signaled he's willing to fight. The convention will be a contested contest. Reporter: Trump tonight says a win here in Indiana would signal a mandate for change. Sounding an awful lot like Barack Obama's slogan from 2008. Trump saying his change would be very different. Tom? Devin, thank you.
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