Bush Leads Walker In Polls
February 16, 2015

From Political Wire:

There are three new NBC News/Marist polls of the GOP presidential race from the early voting states.

Key takeaway: “Seven different possible Republican candidates get double-digit support in at least one of the states. But only two candidates — Jeb Bush and Scott Walker — are in double digits in all three states.”

Iowa: Huckabee 17%, Bush 16%, Walker 15%, Christie 9%, Paul 7%

New Hampshire: Bush 18%, Walker 15%, Paul 14%, Christie 13%.

South Carolina: Graham 17%, Bush 15%, Walker 12%, Huckabee 10%, Carson 10%.

I think the bigger takeaway is that despite all the favorable press coverage that Walker is getting - especially the way that squawk radio and Faux News is fawning all over him - Walker can't even get past Bush. That doesn't bode well for the rest of his campaign.

H/T Alan Colmes

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