"Liar," "Arrogant," Bush."
What do these words have in common? These are the words that first come to mind among likely voters in a recent Quinnipiac poll released this A.M. for certain presidential candidates. It’s safe to assume who is who in this word association game. The national poll also showed little change in the front-runner for the Republican Party with Trump taking 28 percent, and Dr. Ben Carson garnering 12 percent among Republican voters. Bush, Rubio, and Cruz all remain tied at 7 percent. Although, 26 percent of Republican voters said they would “definitely not” support Trump for the nomination. Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton remains at the top in the Democratic Party with 45 percent and 11 percent “definitely not” supporting Clinton, and Bernie Sanders set at 22 percent. With growing rumors of Joe Biden entering the race, the current V.P. garnered 18 percent in the poll.