U.S. Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump listens to the cheers of supporters at Madison Central High School during at a campaign rally in Madison, Mississippi March 7, 2016. REUTERS/Rick Guy
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Republican front-runner Donald Trump faces a test of his durability with white, working-class voters in Michigan, the first industrial state to vote in the 2016 primaries and the biggest prize among four states casting ballots Tuesday in the turbulent Republican presidential race.Democrats Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders face off in Michigan and Mississippi.Unless Kasich and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio can win in their home states next week, the Republican primary campaign is set to become a two-person race between Trump and Ted Cruz.More mainstream Republicans have cast both Trump and Cruz as unelectable in a November face-off with the Democratic nominee.Heading into Tuesday's contests, Clinton had accumulated 1,130 delegates and Sanders 499, including super-delegates.Among Republicans, Trump leads with 384 delegates, followed by Cruz with 300, Rubio with 151 delegates and Kasich with 37 .
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