Hillary Clinton maintains her her position as the big leader at 38.7%, but Jeb Bush appears to have resumed his upward trend improving to 11.9% from 11.4%. This is the highest a 2nd place candidate has been up to this point.
Chris Christie has been slowly trending down. Just 9 weeks ago he was at 3.4% and 4th overall. This week he drops from 6th place to 7th place and now only has a 2.4% probability. He is replaced in 6th place by Elizabeth Warren.
Ted Cruz has certainly received a lot of attention for being the first person to formally announce. The big bump came last week with rumors of his announcement. The interviews afterwards only bumped his odds from 1.3% to 1.4% which solidified his 10th place standing from last week.
Ben Carson moved up from 28th to 23rd place as his regular column hinted at a Carson Presidency. This is the highest he has been seen August 2014.
Donald Trump also saw a slight jump moving from 46th to 44th possibly due to the media appearances he made as a result of Cruz’s announcement.
Here is the full list of candidates.
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