Floridians aren't enthusiastic about either Jeb Bush or Marco Rubio running for President in 2016, and Hillary Clinton would crush either of them in the state at this point.
Our newest poll finds that just 33% of Sunshine State voters think Bush should make a 2016 White House bid, compared to 51% who think he should sit it out. There is only a little bit more enthusiasm for a Rubio candidacy, with 37% of voters saying they think he should take the plunge while 53% think he should not. Among Republican voters 60% want Rubio to run, compared to 53% who think Bush should.
Hillary Clinton is a good deal more popular than either Bush or Rubio in the state, and would lead both of them by double digits in hypothetical match ups. 56% of voters have a favorable opinion of her compared to 37% with a negative one. She leads Bush 53/40 and Rubio 56/40 head to head, and also has a 54/41 advantage over Paul Ryan. She leads the Republicans by margins of 17-24 points with independents.
Republicans are closely divided between their two home state candidates with Jeb Bush at 30%, Marco Rubio at 29%, Rand Paul at 11%, Mike Huckabee at 9%, Chris Christie at 8%, Paul Ryan at 4%, Bobby Jindal at 2%, Rick Perry at 1%, and Susana Martinez at less than 1%. Asked just to pick between Rubio and Bush though, 49% of primary voters pick Rubio to 36% for Bush. Bush wins out 54/33 with moderate GOP voters on that front, but 'very conservative' ones choose Rubio by a 57/27 spread.
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