It looks to me like the whole GOP is losing the battle and also the war, sorry to say.
Trump's strategy in focusing on the bigger delegate count states is sensible, but a little disheartening for the "little guys" he claims to champion but can't be bothered with right this minute.
Cruz is extremely intelligent, and I think rock-ribbed conservative, but he's also quite unlikeable for a number of reasons, and very possibly unelectable in a general election.
I'm pretty sure both Cruz and Trump have dropped in the polls lately...too many people do not like either one of them, according to polls, which are not worth the paper they're not printed on in the long run!
I will vote for whomever the GOP candidate is, and it won't be the first time I've held my nose to do it. I am just sorry it's all come to this, when the GOP started with such a supposedly stellar field of candidates.
Whoever ends up getting elected in the end, whichever party, will have the unique privilege of being the first President ever to take office by being the least disliked.