In the run-up to tonight's debate hosted by Fox Business, Google Trends finds that the most searched question about former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is, "Is Jeb Bush still running for President?"

Bush's poll numbers have dropped since the second debate and relaunched his struggling campaign in early November. He currently sits in fifth place in the RealClearPolitics average of national polls at 6 percent, and sixth on the Washington Examiner's presidential power rankings.

The most-asked question on Google searched about Texas Sen. Ted Cruz is, "Why do Republicans hate Ted Cruz?", followed by "Was Ted Cruz born in Canada?"

Other data show that billionaire businessman Donald Trump is the most searched presidential candidate in 49 of 50 states, as well as the District of Columbia. The only one that slipped Trump's grasp is Vermont, where residents spent the most time looking up Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.

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