If you're an unemployed Republican, chances are you're supporting Donald Trump as your party's nominee.
That's the takeaway from a CNBC analysis of county-level primary voting data, which shows Trump has won big in counties with jobless rates higher than the national average.
That could bode well for the billionaire frontrunner in New York state's upcoming primary, where 46 of the state's 62 counties have jobless rates above 5.0 percent.
To gauge how well Trump is faring with voters looking for work CNBC looked at GOP primary results in more than 2000 counties in the states that have voted so far. (County-level data was not available for all states that have voted so far.) Of those counties, nearly 1400 had jobless rates above the national average of 5 percent.
Trump was the winner in about three-fourths of the counties with higher-than-average unemployment. Texas Sen. Ted Cruz won about 21 percent of those counties, while Ohio Gov. John Kasich won just 2 percent of them.