According to the latest CBS News national polls, real estate magnate Donald Trump has continued to poll strong with likely Republican primary voters. Twenty-four percent of people CBS News surveyed said they'd vote for the billionaire investor for president.
Trump was trailed by former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, who had 13% voter support, and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, who was the pick for 10% of respondents.
The CBS News poll showed some unsurprising results among the relatively short Democratic roster. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton commanded the primary field by a wide margin, getting 58% of Democratic primary voters' approval. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) was the runner-up, with 17% support.
Democrats said they viewed Clinton as the most electable out of the bunch, according to CBS News. The network found that Clinton had "widespread favorability" among Democratic voters.