New poll numbers are out ahead of Tuesday’s key primary elections in Florida, Ohio and Illinois.
NBC News teamed up with the Wall Street Journal and Marist for polls in those states.
On the Republican side, Donald Trump leads in Illinois and Florida.
In Florida, Trump holds a two-to-one advantage over Florida native Senator Marco Rubio, 43 percent to 22 percent.
Texas Senator Ted Cruz is at 21 percent and Ohio Governor John Kasich gets nine percent.
In Illinois, Trump leads with 34 percent while Cruz gets 25 percent. Kasich has 21 percent and Rubio sits at 16 percent.
However, Kasich leads his home state of Ohio with a six point advantage over Trump with 39 percent to 33 percent. They are followed by Cruz at 19 percent and Rubio with six percent.
Over on the Democratic side, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is on top in all three states.
In Florida Clinton leads 61 percent to Bernie Sanders’ 34 percent.
She leads in Ohio at 58 percent compared to his 38 percent.
The race is closer in Illinois, though. Clinton is only leading 51 percent to 45 percent.