Donald Trump heads into Tuesday’s slate of primaries maintaining his large lead in Pennsylvania, and has a lead in Indiana, which holds its primary the following week.

Together this would keep Trump on a path to securing the nomination: If he does manage to win the bulk of delegates in Tuesday’s round of primaries, and follows that up by a solid showing in Indiana — which has been touted as the better chance for Cruz and Kasich to try to stop him — then Trump would remain on pace to eventually clear the majority of 1,237 delegates later in June.

Trump leads Pennsylvania 49 percent to 26 percent for Cruz and 22 percent for Kasich. Trump leads Indiana 40 percent to 35 percent for Cruz, and 20 percent for Kasich.