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Latest 2016 Republican Presidential Primary Polls


 
Mitt
Romney
Ben
Carson
Jeb
Bush
Chris
Christie
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ABC News/Washington Post
December 11-14, 2014
410 registered Republicans
Margin of error: ± 5.5  Poll details

21%

7%

10%

6%

9%

8Ryan
6Cruz
6Huckabee
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Fox News
December 7-9, 2014
392 registered Republicans
Margin of error: ± 5  Poll details

19%

6%

10%

8%

8%

8Undecided
8Huckabee
7Walker
   more in this poll
McClatchy-Marist
December 3-9, 2014
360 registered Republicans
Margin of error: ± 5.2  Poll details

19%

8%

14%

9%

5%

13Undecided
9Huckabee
4Cruz
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There are NO Declared Republican Candidates as of December 22nd, 2014



Potential 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
U.S. Senator from New Hampshire

The former New Hampshire Attorney General, who once served as chief of the homicide unit at the state’s Attorney General Office early in her career, is one of the brightest stars of the Republican Party. Senator Ayotte currently sits on five Senate Committees.  

Potential 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
U.S. Representative from Minnesota

The three-term Republican Congresswoman from Minnesota started off her political career as a Democrat before switching to the Republican platform during her final year at Winona State. At one stage in the 2012 nomination race, she even led the polls!  

Potential 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Governor of Oklahoma

Gov. Fallin created history in 2010 when she became Oklahoma's first-ever female governor. Sixteen years earlier, the former two-term member of the U.S. House of Representatives also became the state's first female Lieutenant Governor.  

Potential 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
U.S. Senator from Nebraska

The little known Nebraskan rancher shocked many after emerging victorious in the 2012 Senate election, defeating the state Attorney General, Jon Bruning, and Treasurer, Don Stenberg, in the Republican primaries, and Bob Kerrey, a former Nebraska governor, in the election proper.  

Potential 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Governor of South Carolina

Gov. Haley, the daughter of Indian immigrants, served three terms in the state legislature starting from 2004. In 2010, with the support of former Alaska governor Sarah Palin and the tea party, Gov. Haley was elected governor, the first ever woman to do so in South Carolina.  

Potential 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Governor of New Mexico

The former District Attorney for Doña Ana County created history when she was became the country’s first female Hispanic governor in 2011. Gov. Martinez, whose great-grandfather is Mexican freedom fighter Gen. Toribia Ortega, used to work as a security guard while in college.  

Potential 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Former Governor of Alaska

The self-described “hockey mom” burst unto the national consciousness following her selection as the running mate of Sen. John McCain in the 2008 presidential election. Gov. Palin has since firmly established a reputation as one of the most influential conservative speakers today.  

Potential 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Former U.S. Secretary of State

Ms. Rice, who once dreamed about being a concert pianist, is one of the most polarizing national figures in recent years. The former Stanford professor, who had a supertanker named after her, is frequently described as former president George W. Bush's closest advisor.  




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