Donald Trump would draw more voters to the polling booth next November than any other Republican candidate competing in a hypothetical matchup with Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton, according to a new survey.

Seventy-five percent of Republicans, 79 percent of Democrats and 51 percent of independents in poll by technology firm Fluent released Tuesday said they would show up to vote on election day 2016 if Trump were the GOP nominee, marking the highest voter turnout garnered by any presidential hopeful featured in the survey.

Slightly behind Trump in his ability to generate voter interest is Ben Carson. The retired neurosurgeon would draw 76 percent of Democrats, 71 percent of Republicans and 45 percent of independents out to vote in a general election featuring him and Clinton. Trump and Carson are first and fourth in the latest Washington Examiner presidential power rankings.

Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio, who both hail from the swing state of Florida, are virtually tied for the percentage of voters they would attract to the polling booth in matchups against Clinton.

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