Updated Odds: Cruz into Top 5; Clinton and Trump Continue Hot Streak; Sanders, Bush, Carson Continue with Recent Struggles

Hillary Clinton continues moving along and gaining momentum every week.  She is now at 62.7% and has now been up for 9 straight weeks.  She was up 1.3% this week and over 23% over the last 9 weeks!

Marco Rubio was steady up 0.1% to 12.2% to remain in a strong second place position.

Donald Trump has regained momentum and continues in third. He was up 0.4% to 7.0%. Trump has been up for four straight weeks from 5.7%.

Bernie Sanders took the biggest dive this week declining by 1% to 3.4%.  The Democratic nomination seems to be  a foregone conclusion as Sanders has now declined for 5 weeks and Clinton’s lead over that time has increased by over 9%.

The hottest Republican candidate right now seems to be Ted Cruz.  He was up 0.4% to 2.9%.  This was enough for him to pass up one time favorite Jeb Bush for fifth place overall.   Cruz has been up for ten straight weeks over which he has gone from 13th place to 5th place.

Jeb Bush continues his decline, dropping another 0.2% to 2.8%.  This is the 10th straight drop in a row for the former Republican front-runner.

Ben Carson’s recent struggles continue as he drops another 0.5% to 1.5%.  This is the fourth straight decline over which he has gone from 2.5% to 1.5%.

The secondary Republican candidates seem to be running out of time:

John Kasich who comes in 9th place overall dropped 0.2% to 0.6%.  He has dropped eight straight weeks from 1.8%.

Carly Fiorina is in 10th place and dropped another 0.1% to 0.6%.  She has now declined for seven straight weeks from 2.5%.

Mike Huckabee is in 11th place and dropped another 0.1% to 0.4%.  He has dropped for seven straight weeks from 1%.

Here is the full standings:

November 28 2015 pres odds

Link to the trend for the top 10 candidates

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