Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal announced Tuesday night on Fox News that he was suspending his presidential campaign.

"This is not my time, so I am suspending my campaign for president," Jindal told Bret Baier.

Jindal's national poll numbers were consistently low throughout his campaign, one reason he was placed in the "undercard" of all four Republican debates. According to a national Reuters poll conducted in November, he received 1.3 percent of support from likely voters when matched against all other Republican candidates. RealClear Politics' average gave Jindal 0.3 percent of the national vote.

Jindal polled higher in Iowa, where 3.3 percent of people supported him, according to RealClear Politics' average.

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