New York, (TMNews) - It 's the comparison more intriguing,
at the moment, in the presidential elections of 2016. And the two contenders, in the opinion of Americans, I would come out pretty much on par. Former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, and the current governor - just confirmed - of New Jersey, Chris Christie, enjoy the fact of the same votes
in a hypothetical clash to happen to Barack Obama at the helm
the United States. According to the survey by CNN / Orc, Republican Christie enjoys the < p> time of 48% of the vote, while Clinton, Democratic, is to 46 percent, a difference, then, within the margin of error provided for detection. The governor of New Jersey is in the lead among independent voters and among men, while Clinton enjoys broad support among women. None of the two politicians is currently a candidate officially to the House Bianca, but they are both considered to be two potential winners of the primaries of the two parties.
Christie seems to be the only potential Republican candidate
able to keep up with the former first lady and Secretary of State: Clinton is leading by 8 points in comparison with the deputy Paul Ryan, former vice presidential candidate with Mitt Romney, the 13 points against Senator Rand Paul, 18 points against Senator Ted Cruz - one of the candidates for the title of 'person of the year' of Time - and 21 points against the former governor of Florida, Jeb Bush. Related:wholesale celineceline satchelcheap celine handbagscheap celine bagscheap celineceline clearance