Hillary Clinton continued to have a comfortable lead at 41.7%, flat to last week.
Jeb Bush continues to be in second but reversed a four week streak of declines improving from 11.0% to 11.2%. He increases his lead over Marco Rubio to 5.8%.
Many of the top candidates from a year ago who have not declared are now seeing big declines:
-Chris Christie who was the second leading candidate last May is now in 7th place and is down to 1.6% this week.
-Bobby Jindal got as high as 9th place but has failed to gain any traction and is now down to 18th place this week at 0.8%.
-Andrew Cuomo got as high as 9th place and was in 12th place just 4 weeks ago. He comes in this week at 31st place at just 0.7%.
On the other hand, candidates that were considered long shots and have thrown their name in have moved up dramatically:
-Ben Carson announced this week and he jumped from 22nd place to 17th place. He was as low as 45th place last summer.
– Bernie Sanders who announced the prior week and as a result debuted at 42nd place improved to 27th place this week.
– John Kasich seems to be the next person to declare. He has now moved up into 9th place after being in 34th place just three weeks ago.
Here are is the full list of this week’s odds:
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