In a snapshot of potential problems facing the former Florida governor, nearly three out of five Republican primary voters said his strength as a potential candidate was based on his family connections to politics, while just 31 percent said it was due to his unique qualities and achievements. When Democrats were asked the same question about Clinton, only 21 percent cited her family connections as her main strength. 

Nancy Clark, a real estate broker based in Gilford, N.H., said she’s supporting Bush—at least for now. “I’m just wondering about how people are going to feel about having three Bushes in the White House,” Clark said in an interview after the poll was taken. “I’m definitely open. I just want a Republican in the White House, so it’s who is going to be able to pull that off.”…

One in five Republican primary voters said Bush’s support of Common Core was a “deal-killer” that would prevent them from supporting him. His support for letting undocumented immigrants remain in the country was a deal-killer for 41 percent.