Anti-Trump Groups Think He Might Be 'Peaking' They're pouring money into key states By Newser Editors, Newser Staff Posted Mar 7, 2016 1:23 PM CST 114 comments Comments Donald Trump drives himself around the golf course to watch the final round of the Cadillac Championship golf tournament Sunday in Doral, Fla. (AP Photo/Luis Alvarez) (Newser) – Ted Cruz's relatively strong performance in Saturday's GOP contests has raised a host of questions about the Republican race going forward, much of them centering on Donald Trump. Some highlights: The New York Times details how anti-Trump groups are pouring millions into TV ads in key states amid "nascent signs that he may be peaking with voters." NBC News lays out why Trump's lead of 87 delegates is weaker than it appears. A post at Hot Air explains that a closer look at Saturday's results shows that Trump didn't under-perform at all; the key is that Cruz surged largely at the expense of Marco Rubio. One thing for sure: Trump is scrambling an Electoral College map that has been stable over the past four presidential elections. Politico digs in. On a similar note, the AP says that if Trump is the nominee, his path to a general election win "would be a GOP map unlike any in recent years." Think working class, white voters in traditionally blue states. Cruz says multiple media outlets have told him they've got big exposés ready on Trump, but don't plan to run them until June or July, reports Talking Points Memo. In the arena of Trump rivals, a Cruz super PAC is going after Rubio aggressively in the senator's home state of Florida, hoping to secure a potentially campaign-crippling defeat, reports Politico.