A Washington Post/ABC News poll of registered voters finds Hillary Clinton leading all potential Republican presidential contenders by double digits.
The virtual matchups broke down as follows:
Hillary Clinton (55%) vs. Mitt Romney (40%)
Hillary Clinton (54%) vs. Rand Paul (41%)
Hillary Clinton (54%) vs. Jeb Bush (41%)
Hillary Clinton (53%) vs. Chris Christie (40%)
Hillary Clinton (56%) vs. Mike Huckabee (39%)
The poll also found that Bush’s father and brother being former presidents is a net negative of 25 points for Jeb.
Romney’s past presidential run is a net 14-point negative.
By contrast, Clinton’s bid as the nation’s first female presidential candidate was a 13-point net positive.
The poll was conducted with 843 registered voters Jan. 12-15, 2015, and has a 4-point margin of error.