Skip to comments.2016? Hillary Clinton 47%, Jeb Bush 33%
Posted on 03/07/2014 5:06:52 AM PST by ClaytonP
The latest round of speculation about the 2016 presidential race stars former Florida Governor Jeb Bush whose Republican nomination could potentially lead to a matchup between two powerhouse political families. Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton holds a double-digit lead over Bush in a hypothetical matchup, but half of voters are less likely to vote for Bush because of his familys history in the White House.
The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that if the 2016 presidential election were held today, 47% of Likely U.S. Voters would choose Clinton, while 33% would opt for Bush. Fourteen percent (14%) prefer some other candidate, while six percent (6%) are undecided.
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Jeb Bush, who the hell is he? It must be his turn, though.
I guess... I should be happy to even see Hillary under 50%
NO MORE BUSH’S
These polls are about as accurate and useful as predicting global warming/global cooling/climate change.
are any of us waiting for a Hillary vs Cruz/Paul, Cruz/West, or maybe a Cruz/Walker ticket Poll?
Hillary vs Palin.
That is the one I would like to see.
Pollsters who do this are just looking for publicity ..they are meaningless ..I mean, it’s smart on the part of the polling organization .but foolish to read anything into it.
So the choice would be between another Clinton or Bush dynasty.
No thank you.
Aww, that leaves Jeb out. Darn !! /s
Palin/Cruz. Though I do think Cruz would accomplish much more if he stayed in the Senate.
Jeb Bush was governor of Florida. A citizen of Florida was being murdered. Bush allowed the murder to proceed.
I will never forget or forgive.
Jeb Bush murdered Terri Schiavo.
I’m sure the MSM will help the sheep select another “Emanuel Goldstein” to play the role of the faux opposition candidate to Big Brother (or Big Sister; what difference does it make).
Saw this on Reuters ... : o /
Just spoke to Tatar leader in #Crimea: ‘Obama is a bad president. We need another Bush in the White House.’ Strong sense of US & UK betrayal
Ian Birrell (@ianbirrell) March 7, 2014
by Nigel Stevenson (Reuters) 7:01 AM
First of all, do they really think there will be a 2016 election? Zero is not about to give up the perks of the throne. Second, the democrat brand will be so tarnished after zero is done, Jeb will win in a Nixonesk landslide.
And this, dear friends, is why we are headed for another civil war.
On the GOP side it’s clear that there is consideration of issues when evaluating a candidate. We conservatives scrutinize on things like amnesty, abortion, traditional family values, gun rights, and so forth. Even the Rino’s in our party do this, albeit coming to very wrong conclusions because they are sold on the idea that they must compromise with the left to have a chance at winning. But regardless we consider issues and will not vote for a candidate that does not support at least most of them. Thus, many of us don’t want Bush for the reasons mentioned in the article and more.
Contrast this with the other side. Sure there are some who are die hard libs who actually think socialism works and can give you the theoretical reasons why. But there are many, many more who simply aren’t bright enough think past their own doorstep. Women who may disagree with the donkeys on every issue except abortion, but blindly go to the polls and vote uterus first, all else be damned. There are many, many voters who wouldn’t know a political issue if it bit them in the derrière, but know they need to vote democrat to get pail after pail of warm government slops. I’m convince that know one short of women with alternative lifestyles actually like Hillary... But to these people it doesn’t matter. The democrats could run Paris Hilton. And they’d pull the lever... And unfortunately these people breed like rabbits.
Jeb is obviously the media’s choice. Their propaganda has started but it won’t lead anywhere.
I’ve never understood Hitlery’s appeal. She has no personality, unlike (hate to say it but it’s true) her husband.