MIAMI (CBSMiami) – There is no clear Republican front-runner in the race for the GOP’s Presidential nomination, according to the newly-released Quinnipiac University national poll.READ MORE: South Florida’s Steamy Weather Might Help Suppress COVID Spread In Summertime
The poll found that no candidate is above 10-percent, but there is a five-way tie.
The candidates with 10-percent each are former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker and Dr. Ben Carson, the poll finds.READ MORE: Grandmother Fatally Shot By Publix Gunman Timothy Wall 'May Have Helped Prevent An Even Worse Tragedy'
“Safe to say, the 2016 Republican presidential primary is anyone’s race. With no front-runner and identical numbers for the top five contenders, it’s a horserace which can only be described as a scrambled field – at least so far,” said Tim Malloy, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll in a release.
Hillary Clinton currently dominates among Democratic voters nationwide with 57-percent and Vice President Joe Biden at 9-percent. No other candidate tops 1-percent with 14-percent undecided.MORE NEWS: Child Tax Credit: How Much Will Your Monthly Check Be?
In a general election matchup, Clinton gets 46-percent of American voters to 42-percent for Paul and 45-percent of voters to 41-percent for Rubio.