Clinton is tied with Paul Ryan at 46%, and she leads Marco Rubio 46/43 and Bobby Jindal 48/45. 66% of voters in his home state do not think Jindal should run for president in 2016. The state’s voters have a narrowly favorable opinion of Clinton, 46% to 44%.
These results are within the margin of error, but they are indicative of Clinton’s unmatched appeal to moderate voters. 67% of moderates have a favorable view of Clinton to 25% unfavorable. Even 23% of somewhat conservative voters view her favorably, and these numbers hold up in match-ups against each of the GOP candidates.