Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush has fallen to his worst position ever in a Florida poll of the 2016 GOP Presidential race.
Bush grabs just 9% of the Florida vote in the latest poll, while Donald Trump continues to lead.
According to Politico:
“For the first time, former Florida governor Jeb Bush has fallen into single digits in a home-state Republican primary poll that shows Donald Trump still in front, trailed by Ben Carson and Sen. Marco Rubio.
Jeb Bush’s 9-percent, fourth-place showing in the University of North Florida poll is his worst showing in any survey of likely Florida Republican voters.
The poll also shows that 54 percent of those voters favor various immigration policies that allow “unauthorized immigrants” the ability to legally stay in the United States.
Both Bush and his former protégé and friend, Rubio, favor policies that legalize some undocumented immigrants. But Rubio is more popular than Bush and runs in third, with 14.9 percent of the GOP vote. Carson, a West Palm Beach resident, is at 19.3 percent. Trump, a part-time Palm Beach resident, is at 21.7 percent.
This is the ninth consecutive poll showing Trump on top since early August. But Trump has his narrowest lead yet.”