There was very little change after a week where both parties had a debate.
Hillary Clinton continued to be the odds on favorite moving up 0.1% to 60.5% which matches the highest odds she has had.
Her closest Democratic competitor Bernie Sanders drops 0.1% to 4.7%. He has now declined three straight weeks after peaking at 6.0%. He remains in fourth place overall.
Marco Rubio continues to be the hottest candidate in the field. He gains another 0.4% to 11.6%. Rubio has improved in 11 of the last 12 weeks when he was at only 3.3% and in 6th place overall. He is nearly twice as likely as the next candidate Donald Trump.
After a few weeks of declines, Trump appears to have turned things around. He was up 0.4% to 6.2%. This is his second straight week of gains although he is still lower than where he was just 4 weeks ago.
Ted Cruz also continues to gain ground up 0.2% to 2.1%. He has now been up the last 8 weeks from 0.9%. This has moved him from 13th place to 7th place.C
Bush continues to be the coldest candidate in the group, dropping once again by 0.2% to 3.2%. This is the 8th straight week of drops. Bush was at 12.6% just two months ago.
Two of the Republican “outsider” candidates have been struggling lately. Ben Carson drops by 0.1% and has dropped the last two weeks from his peak at 2.5%. He remains in 6th place.
Carly Fiorina drops by 0.2% to 0.7% and from 9th place to 10th place. She has now dropped for five straight weeks from a high of 2.9%. This is the lowest she has been since the beginning of August.
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