One thing is for certain, we have a long way still to go with the GOP race.
A new poll conducted by Florida Atlantic University after last week’s debate shows Marco Rubio pulling into second place behind front-runner Donald Trump in the key swing state. Bad news for Bush, I’m afraid.
According to the Palm Beach Post, “in the Republican sample, which has a 5.2 percent margin of error, Trump leads with 31.5 percent, followed by Rubio at 19.2 percent, Bush at 11.3 percent, Carson at 10.3 percent and Fiorina at 8.3 percent.”
Gee, where’s Ted?
The poll also had disappointing news for Hillary Clinton. While she still leads the Democrat race, she doesn’t do too well against the GOP.
In a hypothetical match-up, she trails Carson 52-to-40, Rubio 50-to-42 and Bush 49-to-41. Oh, and while she may be ahead, that doesn’t mean folks like her. Clinton is viewed favorably by 40.7 percent of voters but unfavorably by 53.7 percent.
It’s getting verrrrry innnnnteresting.
[Note: this article was written by Michele Hickford]