POWER RANKINGS: Here's who has the best chance at being our next president

Why Is Donald Trump Slipping in the Polls?
Why Is Donald Trump Slipping in the Polls?

The Republican and Democratic presidential primaries enter their third month on Tuesday, with dual contests in Wisconsin.

There are signals on both sides that the race could drag on until the last primary, which will be in California on June 7. And for Republicans, at least, the fight could go to the convention floor in July.

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Two of the three remaining GOP candidates — Sen. Ted Cruz Texas and Gov. John Kasich of Ohio — have mathematically impossible odds of obtaining enough delegates before the convention.

Nevertheless, they are powering on, looking to stop frontrunner Donald Trump from clinching the nomination before the convention. Wisconsin could be a momentum-shifter: Cruz is favored to pull off a victory there.

Meanwhile, the upstart on the Democratic side, Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, also stands as a slight favorite to upset former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the Badger State.

With all that in mind, we take another look at who has the best chance of making it to the White House to succeed President Barack Obama.

Our rankings are based on the Real Clear Politics averages of national polls and those in states voting in future contests (Wisconsin, New York, and Pennsylvania). We also factored in the candidates' delegate counts and their relative paths to the nomination, as well as their momentum (or lack thereof) over the past few weeks.

Since our most recent ranking, one more Republican candidate has dropped out of the race: Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida.

Here's a look at where all the candidates stand:

All poll results as of Monday.

To the polls! First, here's a look at each candidate's national polling average.

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Here are the candidates' averages in future states.

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And here are their total delegate counts so far.

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