New Poll ➠ Bush, Paul, Rubio Beating Hillary In Key State
Some of the Republican presidential contenders are moving ahead of Hillary Clinton in a new poll out of New Hampshire.
In a new WMUR Granite State survey of more than 600 likely voters, Jeb Bush came out ahead of Clinton 47-41%, while Rand Paul was ahead 47-43% and Marco Rubio had a lead of 47-42%.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is polling even with Clinton at 44 percent, while Ted Cruz trails her by just one point in New Hampshire.
The numbers represent a shift in voters’ sentiments. For instance in a February poll, Clinton led Paul by 10 points.
The Outnumbered panel – joined by Jesse Watters today – discussed why voters seem to be shifting away from the former First Lady.
Watters said part of the problem is that Clinton is looking “a lot like an out-of-touch hypocrite these days.” More