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Democratic Presidential Primary Polls


 
Hillary
Clinton
Joe
Biden
Elizabeth
Warren
Bernie
Sanders
Jim
Webb
 
Monmouth University
March 30 - April 2, 2015
356 registered Democrats
Margin of error: ± 5.2  Poll details

60%

16%

NA

7%

1%

12Undecided
2OMalley
2None of these
   
Fox News
March 29-31, 2015
397 likely Democratic voters
Margin of error: ± 5  Poll details

61%

12%

11%

3%

1%

3Cuomo
3Undecided
2OMalley
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ABC News/Washington Post
March 26-29, 2015
≈300 registered Democratics
Margin of error: ± 6  Poll details

66%

12%

12%

5%

1%

2No opinion
2Other
1Would not vote
   

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Republican Presidential Primary Polls


 
Scott
Walker
Jeb
Bush
Ted
Cruz
Ben
Carson
Rand
Paul
 
Monmouth University
March 30 - April 2, 2015
355 registered Republicans
Margin of error: ± 5.2  Poll details

11%

13%

11%

7%

6%

14Undecided
9Huckabee
7Trump
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Fox News
March 29-31, 2015
379 likely Republican voters
Margin of error: ± 5  Poll details

15%

12%

10%

11%

9%

10Huckabee
8Rubio
6Undecided
   more
Public Policy Polling
March 26-31, 2015
443 Republican primary voters
Margin of error: ± 4.7  Poll details

20%

17%

16%

10%

10%

8Not Sure
6Huckabee
6Rubio
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Declared 2016 Democratic Candidate Declared 2016 Democratic Presidential Candidate
Former U.S. Secretary of State, U.S. Senator and First Lady
Declared Democratic Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton

Others' names have been spoken, but there is no clearer choice for the Democratic nomination in 2016 than Hillary Rodham Clinton. And as she seems always to be grooming herself for the public spotlight, it appears that she knows her role, for her party and in history.  

Declared 2016 Republican Candidate Exploratory 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Businesswoman and Former CEO of Hewlett-Packard
Declared Republican Presidential Candidate Carly Fiorina

The only well-known woman to be considering a run for the Republican nomination in 2016, Carly Fiorina is a unique political figure. Her business experience and conservative principles make her attractive to the right, but past difficulties and failures could haunt her moving forward.  

Declared 2016 Independent Candidate Declared 2016 Independent Presidential Candidate
Executive Consultant
Declared Independent 2016 Candidate Lynn Sandra Kahn

Lynn Sandra Kahn boasts over 30 years of experience in the fields of government reform and conflict resolution. She touts a comprehensive 7-track strategy for achieving the goals of her platform: Fix government, build peace.  

Declared 2016 Independent Candidate Declared 2016 Independent Presidential Candidate
Computer Science and Political Studies expert
Declared Independent 2016 Candidate Tami Stainfield

After living in nine different states, visiting twenty-nine countries all over the world, and living and studying in Africa for more than five years, the independent candidate Tami Stainfield is definitely an Anti-Globalist who has traveled the globe.  

Declared 2016 Green Party Candidate Exploratory 2016 Green Party Presidential Candidate
Physician, Reformer, Environmental Activist
Declared Green Party 2016 Candidate Jill Stein

Jill Stein is no stranger to national politics. As the Green Party nominee in 2012, she understands the rigors of a national campaign. Stein is a fierce advocate for the environment and believes that investments in green issues can propel the American people and economy forward.  

Declared 2016 Independent Candidate Declared 2016 Independent Presidential Candidate
Citizen, entrepreneur, advocate for equal treatment for all
Declared Independent Presidential Candidate Samm Tittle

Samm Tittle is an advocate for everything that made America great. As an experienced entrepreneur, Tittle understands that when given a job and an equal playing field, an individual can achieve great things. As a citizen politician, she believes in truth in government and equal rights for all.  




Potential 2016 Democratic Candidate Potential 2016 Democratic Presidential Candidate
U.S. Senator from Minnesota
Possible 2016 Democratic Presidential Candidate Amy Klobuchar

Amy Klobuchar is a two-term Senator from Minnesota, the first woman from the state elected to the Senate. The 52-year old mother-of-one is a former county prosecutor and was partner at two of the largest law firms in Minnesota.  

Potential 2016 Democratic Candidate Potential 2016 Democratic Presidential Candidate
U.S. Senator from Missouri
Possible Democratic 2016 Candidate Claire McCaskill

Senator McCaskill’s fierce reelection battle against Republican Todd Akin is easily one of the most eventful in 2012. The 59-year old currently chairs the Subcommittee on Contracting Oversight, tasked with examining wartime contracting.  

Potential 2016 Green Party Candidate Potential 2016 Green Party Presidential Candidate
Former U.S. Representative from Georgia
Possible 2016 Green Party Presidential Candidate Cynthia McKinney

The former Democrat became the first ever female Africa-American from Georgia to serve in the U.S. House of Representatives after being elected to represent the state's 4th District in 1996. She would go on to serve a total of six terms in the House.  

Potential 2016 Democratic Candidate Potential 2016 Democratic Presidential Candidate
Former U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security
Potential 2016 Democratic Presidential Candidate Janet Napolitano

Ranked as the world's ninth most powerful woman by Forbes in 2012, the breast cancer survivor issued a record-breaking 115 vetoes during her two terms as Governor of Arizona. Her tenure received wide bipartisan praise, with Times magazine ranking her as one of America's Five Best Governors.