New 2016 poll…Rubio leads GOP…Hillary leads them all….

Hummmm….NO Rand Paul???

All that Rand Paul media attention is NOT registering with the people out there?

….from the Hill….

Farleigh Dickinson University’s Public Mind Poll of registered voters nationwide gives Clinton 63 percent support from self-identified Democrats and those who lean Democratic. Vice President Biden comes in a distant second with 12 percent, while 3 percent support New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

The Republican field is significantly tighter. Sen. Marco Rubio (Fla.) holds a slight lead over former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, 18 percent to 16 percent. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie comes in a close third with 14 percent support, and 9 percent of respondents say they prefer former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum.

Notably absent from the poll is Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), who recently led the field in a New Hampshire poll conducted by a Democratic firm.

Rubio leads among respondents who describe themselves as conservative, but Christie leads with both liberals and centrists. Rubio also leads with voters aged 18-29, a demographic that the GOP has typically had trouble attracting…..


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5 thoughts on “New 2016 poll…Rubio leads GOP…Hillary leads them all….”

  1. Im not surprised at your “surprise”

    See my post earlier.

    paul is a media creation who has little support among party people,nor has he shown much among traditional conservatives.His support is mostly among libertarian Republicans who while noisey and are the darlings of the news media

    Are a distinct minority within the GOP itself.Indeed a majority of regular party types are actively OPPOSED to them.

    1. Jack
      On Rand Paul
      It’s the poll thing again
      One week a poll has him leading the 2016 PAC
      The next he’s not even mentioned

  2. The GOP does have a deep bench of governors and US Senators, so there’s plenty of time for them to make the big jump.

    On the Dem side, waiting for Hillary to run and see who gets ambassadorships or cabinet gigs.

  3. They do? And who from this deep bench could ever, under any circumstances run against and beat Hillary? Scott of Florida, Corbett, the bozo in Michigan? Or Brewer of Arizona? Perhaps the Governor of Wyoming. How about half-term Governor Sara Palin? Oh, I know, Rick Perry can run.

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