There wasn’t a lot of change at the top this week as the #1-#9 candidates remained the same. Hillary Clinton continues to lead at at 38.6%, down slightly from 38.8% the prior week.
Jeb Bush continues to be the top challenger at 11.4%. He has been in second since November 2014.
Marco Rubio holds on to third at 4.4%. He is trying to hold Scott Walker. Walker had been the hottest candidate, but he may have plateaued at 4.1%. This was the first week where he did not show an improvement in the last 9 weeks.
The biggest mover was Ted Cruz who is rumored to announce he is running on Monday. He moves from 15th place up to 10th place but still only at 1.3%.
On the downside, Bobby Jindal moved from 12th to 15th as he attempts to overcome Louisiana’s fiscal challenge without raising taxes.
Here are the odds for the entire field
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