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    Hillary Clinton, Mitt Romney leading the 2016 field - Pushing Losers on America

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    Hillary Clinton remains the clear frontrunner for the Democratic nomination in 2016, while Mitt Romney barely leads against a scattered group of Republicans. Among...
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    Hillary Clinton, Mitt Romney leading the 2016 field

    BY: Kelly Cohen October 19, 2014 | 3:05 pm
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    Hillary Clinton remains the clear frontrunner for the Democratic nomination in 2016, while Mitt Romney barely leads against a scattered group of Republicans. (AP Photos)

    Hillary Clinton Polls 2016 Elections Campaigns PennAve Mitt Romney

    Hillary Clinton remains the clear frontrunner for the Democratic nomination in 2016, while Mitt Romney barely leads against a scattered group of Republicans.

    Among registered voters, former Secretary of State Clinton leads the potential 2016 Democratic field, with 64 percent of the vote. She has a sizable lead on Vice President Joe Biden (13 percent) and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren (11 percent), according to a new ABC News/Washington Post poll.

    Notably, Clinton would take 70 percent of the women's vote and 72 percent of the over-50 vote.

    The GOP field, however, is way less clear.

    Romney, who has been adamant about not running for president a third time, is supported by 23 percent of Republicans and 20 percent of independents. Though both levels of support are double the support earned by his closest potential rival former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, at 10 percent that means almost approximately 80 percent of voters want someone other than Romney, the poll reveals.

    Behind Romney falls Bush (10 percent), former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee (10 percent), Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul (9 percent), New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (8 percent) and Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan (5 percent).

    The random sample poll of 1,006 adults was conducted by telephone from Oct. 9-12, with a margin of error of 4 points.

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    1. 3 Failed Presidency's from 3 broke in the head family's... How's that working out for you America?

    2. 24 years... 1/4 of a century of Clinton, Bush, Obama family's and now they want another Clinton, Romney or Bush... same warmed over crap... same worn out policy's

    3. The Elite like this 3 way Monarchy and are profiting like bandits from it

    4. Crony capitalism is NOT Capitalism ... it is ROBERY by the Elite for the Elite... at the core is Socialism by all three POTUS .... Clinton, Romney or Bush and it will go into overdrive if any of these LUNATICS make it into the White House

    5. If the GOP pushes Romney, Christie or Bush... expect me to bail... I will not fight for these 3 losers and if this is the best the GOP can scrounge up... I'm going with HITLERy Clinton
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    We are going to put the brakes on Mitt Romney right after the elections!

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