I’m not a big Jeb fan. But I certainly like him a million times more than Hillary.
Check it out:
Americans have a more favorable view of Clinton (47%) and Biden (39%) than they do of Bush (35%)
Sixty percent (60%) of Americans would not consider Jeb Bush for president, compared to 51% who said the same about Hillary Clinton, according to national poll of mostly conservative voters.
The George Washington University Battleground Poll of 1,000 registered voters, of which only 16% identified with the Tea Party, also found that 48% of voters have an unfavorable view of Bush compared to only 44% who have an unfavorable impression of Joe Biden.
Overall, Americans have a more favorable view of Clinton (47%) and Biden (39%) than they do of Bush (35%).
All three presidential candidates led the rest in name recognition.
“Voters are evenly split on Hillary Clinton (47% favorable, 48% unfavorable; 47% would consider, 51% would not) and strongly negative on presumptive candidate Jeb Bush (35, 48; 36, 60),” the poll’s press release stated.
In other words, if the 2016 election pits Bush against Clinton, the latter would likely win, but either way, don’t expect either candidate to act much different than Obama.