Hillary ahead of Christie and Paul in potential 2016 presidential race: Poll

Washington, July 13 (ANI): Hillary Clinton is the most likely candidate to be heading ahead in the potential 2016 presidential elections according to a new survey.

According to the Quinnipiac poll, Hillary Clinton is leading both Chris Christie and Rand Paul in the presidential race, Politico reports.

The report said that Clinton holds a 46 percent to 40 percent lead over New Jersey governor Chris Christie.

The poll found that Clinton led Paul 50 percent to 38 percent Clinton is expected to beat the Kentucky senator Rand Paul.

Vice President Joe Biden was trailing Christie 35 percent to 46 percent and was in a dead heat with Paul at 42 percent.

Out of those surveyed, 55 percent viewed Clinton favourably, while 38 percent viewed her unfavourably.

According to the poll, Christie was the only candidate that was viewed more favorably than not by members of the opposite party. (ANI)


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