Bush-Clinton Dynasty Dominates Presidential Poll

Americans more interested in brand name than political change

If the 2016 presidential election was held today, Jeb Bush would square off against Hillary Clinton.

At least, that’s what a CNN poll states.


Liberals are behind Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren but her anti-bankster rhetoric is too much for the political class. She comes in a distant second on the Democrat side.

It’s more of a mixed bag in the Republican column. Jeb Bush holds the lead, followed by Chris Christie, the governor of New Jersey.

Unfortunately, the quasi-libertarian side of the party is showing poorly, if we can believe CNN’s numbers. Kentucky Senator Rand Paul grabbed a meager 6% while Ted Cruz came in dead last at 4%.

Unless something significant happens between now and November, 2016 two dynastic candidates will dominate the race.

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