Jeb Bush’s lead in the GOP presidential field in New Hampshire, followed by Scott Walker at 14%, Rand Paul at 7%, Donald Trump at 6%, Ted Cruz at 5% and Chris Christie at 5%, according to a new Suffolk University poll in New Hampshire.
Number of amendments the Senate had attached to the budget bill during yesterday’s vote-a-rama marathon, reports the New York Times.
Scott Walker lead in the GOP presidential race in Iowa, followed by Ben Carson at 14%, Jeb Bush at 12%, Mike Huckabee at 11%, Ted Cruz at 7%, Marco Rubio at 5%, Rand Paul at 5% and Chris Christie at 5%, according to a new InsiderAdvantage poll in Iowa.
6 in 10
Americans said they were bothered a lot by the feeling that ‘some wealthy people’ and ‘some corporations’ don’t pay their fair share, according to a Pew Research survey. “Only 27% cited their own tax bills as something that bothered them a lot, even though 40% thought they paid more than their fair share given what they get from the federal government.”
19% to 18%
Scott Walker’s lead over Jeb Bush in the GOP presidential primary in New Hampshire, according to a new Gravis Marketing poll. Chris Christie is at 10%, Rand Paul at 10%, Marco Rubio at 7%, Ted Cruz at 6% and Ben Carson is at 6%.
2 to 8 points
Lead that Hillary Clinton has over all of the potential GOP contenders in Florida, a new Public Policy Polling survey finds. Marco Rubio comes the closest at just a 48 to 46 deficit and Jeb Bush is down by a similar margin at 47 to 44.
Number of Republicans who are “taking a serious look at running for the White House in 2016. A handful of candidates have moved aggressively into the field, and others are expected to ramp up in the coming weeks, with several announcements expected in April,” reports The Hill.
Scott Walker’s lead in the GOP presidential race, a new Insider Advantage poll in Iowa finds, followed by Mike Huckabee at 20%, Ben Carson at 13%, Jeb Bush at 11% and Marco Rubio at 6%.
Hillary Clinton’s favorable rating as opposed to her unfavorable (39%) rating among the American public, according to a new Gallup Poll. “And the 89% of Americans who are familiar enough with Clinton to have an opinion of her is more than any other potential 2016 presidential candidate. Clinton’s relatively high scores on both dimensions give her a better starting position regarding her image than other competitors would have in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.”
Americans continue to name the government (18%) as the most important U.S. problem, a distinction it has had for the past four months, according to Gallup. “Americans’ mentions of the economy as the top problem (11%) dropped this month, leaving it tied with jobs (10%) for second place.”