Monday, December 7, 2015

Hillary Clinton led all GOP White House contenders in hypothetical general-election showdowns, a new poll revealed on Monday.

Hillary Clinton led all GOP White House contenders in hypothetical general-election showdowns, a new poll revealed on Monday.

Clinton’s biggest GOP lead came against Republican front-runner Donald Trump, according to the MSNBC/Telemundo/Marist poll, with her beating him 52-41.

Her closest Republican competition came from Ben Carson, with Clinton holding a mere 48-47 edge. Clinton led Sen. Marco Rubio 48-45.

She led Sen. Ted Cruz 51-44 and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush 49-45.

Among registered Latino voters, Clinton held a commanding lead over every GOP candidate. Rubio, the son of Cuban immigrants, had the best showing against Clinton among Latinos, trailing her 58-39, the poll revealed.

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