This photo taken on March 2, 2016 shows a combination of photos of Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump on January 14, 2016 and his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton on February 4, 2016. (AFP / PHOTO DESK)
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Tensions frayed in both the Democratic and Republican presidential races on Monday, as Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump tried to stave off the prospect of a lengthy battle for the nomination with big victories in New York.According to a new Associated Press-GFK poll, Sanders leads the field in terms of likeability with 48 percent of Americans saying they have a favorable opinion of Sanders while 39 percent say they have an unfavorable opinion.At least half of Americans say they would be disappointed or even angry if either Trump or Clinton are nominated, the survey shows.Among all registered voters, 63 percent say they wouldn't consider voting for Trump and half say the same about Clinton.
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