Donald Trump and Ted Cruz are beating Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush in Florida, according to a St. Pete Poll.
The survey shows Trump in first with the backing of 36 percent of those surveyed, followed by Cruz at 22 percent, Rubio at 17 percent, Bush at 9 percent, and Ben Carson at 6 percent. No other candidate received more than 3 percent support.
The poll also shows Trump and Cruz are more popular with Hispanic Floridians than Bush, who governed Florida for eight years. Rubio is the most popular GOP presidential candidate with the Hispanics surveyed at 34 percent. Trump and Cruz each received the support of 22 percent of Hispanics, while Bush earned 14 percent.
Bush's presidential campaign appears to be struggling in his home state. During Tuesday night's presidential debate an image of a largely empty room at a Bush watch party in Miami went viral.