Poll: Jeb Bush Least-Liked by Republicans Out of GOP Field

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According to a new Fox News survey, Republican voters have a dimmer view of GOP presidential candidate former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush than any other candidate.

“Among all voters, Trump is at negative-25 — that is, he is viewed 25 points more unfavorably than favorably. Bush is at -21. Among Republicans? Bush gets lower marks than anyone, at plus-1. Even Chris Christie is at +4,” reported the Washington Post. “The difference is inside the margin of error, but this is clearly not where Bush would like to be.”

Both Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton and former Republican favorite Bush have seen their favorability numbers plunge in this poll.

However, GOP presidential candidates Dr. Ben Carson and Carly Fiorina have seen an increase in their favorability numbers. Vice President Joe Biden – although not an official Democratic candidate yet – has also seen a rise in favorability.

Among Democratic voters, Clinton is still viewed more favorably than her competitor, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), but Republican and independent voters don’t view Clinton positively.


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