Hillary Clinton sweeps a Democratic primary with 70 percent, followed by Vice President Joseph Biden at 9 percent and no other candidate above 4 percent. Ten percent are undecided.
Head to head, Clinton gets 47 percent to former FL Gov. Bush’s 45 percent. She tops other Republicans:
45 – 41 percent over NJ Gov. Chris Christie;
50 – 43 percent over Sen. Marco Rubio;
51 – 41 percent over U.S. Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky;
50 – 42 percent over U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin;
52 – 36 percent over Cruz.
Florida voters say 56 – 39 percent that Clinton would make a good president, the best score of any candidate, followed by Christie at 45 – 35 percent, with Bush at a split 46 – 44 percent. All other candidates get negative scores, including Rubio with 39 – 47 percent.
President Obama's job-approval rating is bottoming out, with 40 percent approving and 57 percent disapproving. Obama's all-time law was in Sept. 2011: 39-57.
Perhaps worse for the president, he's not viewed as honest by a majority of Floridians. Asked if the president is honest and trustworthy, 44 percent said yes and 51 percent said no.