Washington, April 18 (ANI): United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has received 57 percent against Vice President Joe Biden 14 percent for the 2016 elections, according to a new survey.
According to the Public Policy Polls, Clinton holds a whopping lead over other possible Democratic candidates for the White House.
Elizabeth Warren, currently contesting for a Senate seat in Massachusetts, got six percent of votes, while New York Governor Andrew Cuomo got five percent.
Former Wisconsin Senator Russ Feingold got three percent, the Politico reports.
Clinton has won the polls, getting a majority from 'very liberal' voters, moderates, women, men, whites, African Americans, Hispanics and seniors.
With Clinton out of the race, Biden would lead the pack with 32 percent, followed by Cuomo with 18 percent, and eight percent for Warren.
Clinton has said she does not aim to contest elections in 2016.
According to the poll, New Jersey's Republican Governor Chris Christie received 21 percent support for the 2016 election.
Former presidential candidate Mike Huckabee and former Florida Governor Jeb Bush received 17 percent, Rick Santorum 12 percent and Florida Senator Marco Rubio 10 percent, the poll revealed
Paul Ryan, Rand Paul and Bobby Jindal got at seven percent, four percent and three percent, respectively. (ANI)
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