Hillary Clinton continued with her commanding lead, dropping just 0.1% to 60.4%, the second highest week of any candidate.
Her closest rival is Marco Rubio, who has been the hottest candidate the last two months. He improves from 10.9% to 11.2%. Just 8 weeks ago he was in 6th place at 3.8%.
Clinton’s closest Democratic rival continues to be Bernie Sanders. He appears to have peaked three weeks ago at 6.0% and has dropped to 4.8% this week. He remains in 4th place overall.
After a two week slide, Donald Trump appears to have stabilized at 5.8%. He has been as high as 7.6% four weeks ago and 8.5% nine weeks ago.
Two Republicans continue to slide:
Jeb Bush drops 0.4% to 3.4%. He was at 7.0% two weeks ago and 12.5% eight weeks ago. Over that time he has dropped from second to fifth.
Carly Fiorina has dropped for four straight weeks from 2.9% to just 0.9%. That has meant a drop from 7th place to 9th place.
Ben Carson’s momentum may be coming to an end. He drops from 2.5% to 2.3%. That is still good enough for 6th place.
One of the hottest candidates is Ted Cruz. He was up 0.4% to 1.9%. He has been up for seven straight weeks. Over that same span he has moved from 13th place to 7th.
One candidate that has been sliding and hopes to have turned it around is Chris Christie. He moves from 10th place to 8th place. He was up for the first time in four weeks from 0.9% to 1.1%.
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