A new poll shows that former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is tied for fourth in his home state, and that he'd still be in fourth place even if his homestate rival Sen. Marco Rubio were to drop out of the race for the White House.
A Viewpoints Florida survey released Monday said Donald Trump is dominating Florida's two major candidates in the 2016 race for the White House, and leads with 27 percent. In a distant second is Rubio with 16 percent, and Ben Carson is third with 15 percent.
Bush and Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, are tied for fourth at 12 percent.
Without Rubio in the race, Bush would see his numbers rise to 17 percent. But that would still leave him in fourth behind Trump, Carson and Cruz.