(Wall Street Journal) The last few months have raised some questions for former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush when it comes to Republican primary voters.
Back in December, GOP voters put Mr. Bush at the top of the pack when asked whom they could support for president in 2016, with 63% saying they could potentially support him, according to the Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll.
But Mr. Bush is back toward the middle of the pack in the most recent WSJ/NBC poll, when GOP voters were asked a slightly different question. The number of GOP primary voters who say they could see themselves supporting Mr. Bush for the Republican nomination was 49%.
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