Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is leading the pack among Republican contenders for hte 2016 presidential nomination, according to a new University of New Hampshire/WMUR poll.
The telephone survey, conducted between Sept. 29 and Oct. 5, shows that there's still no clear favorite among the possible GOP candidates. Bush leads the pack at 15 percent, followed by Chris Christie at 12 percent, Mike Huckabee at 9 percent, Rand Paul at 7 percent, Paul Ryan and Ted Cruz at 6 percent, Marco Rubio, Bobby Jindal and Scott Walker at 3 percent apiece and Rick Perry and Rick Santorm at 2 percent each.
Hillary Clinton remains the overwhelming favorite among Democrats, with 58 percent support. Eighteen percent prefer Elizabeth Warren, Martin O'Malley, Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden each received 3 percent, and Andrew Cuomo just 1 percent.
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