After declining for 7 straight weeks, Hillary Clinton was able to turn it around and improve by 1% to 39.2%. She is nearly 4 time the odds of the next closest competitor Jeb Bush.
Bush declined for the second straight week to 10.9% from 11.9%. He has declined for two straight weeks and is at his lowest point since June. Bush’s loss seemed to go entirely to Marco Rubio.
Rubio was the biggest mover of the week, improving from 5.8% to 7.2%. That is the highest odds he has ever had and was enough to move him past Donald Trump for 4th place.
Even though Trump dropped to 5th place, he remained fairly flat coming in at 6.7% compared to last week’s 6.8%. This is the third straight week where Trump has dropped.
Joe Biden (3rd overall at 7.7%) and Bernie Sanders (6th overall at 5.1%) were fairly flat and seem to be Clinton’s only true competitors for the Democratic nomination.
Carly Fiorina, Ben Carson, John Kasich, and Chris Christie were all up slightly and rounded up the top 10.
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