Dr. Ben Carson is leading the pack in yet another poll.
Carson grabs 29% support of possible 2016 GOP Presidential primary voters in the latest nationwide survey out Monday evening from the Wall Street Journal..
Donald Trump in second at 23%, followed by Senators Rubio and Cruz.
Trump has been leading for months and is still considered by most to be the front runner, but multiple polls have shown him losing to Carson recently.
According to The Wall Street Journal:
“Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson has overtaken businessman Donald Trump as the top pick of Republican primary voters to be the party’s presidential nominee, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll finds.
The result marks the first time since June that the Journal/NBC News poll has found a Republican other than Mr. Trump to be leading the GOP field. Some 29% of GOP primary voters rank Mr. Carson as their top choice, while 23% favor Mr. Trump.
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz rank third and fourth as the top pick of 11% and 10% of Republican primary voters, respectively.”