With each passing day, Jeb Bush looks weaker and weaker. While he has a top notch political team and (reportedly) tons of cash, he is dropping, not, rising in the polls. For a party desperate to win back the White House, Bush is looking more and more like a risky bet. The latest Washington Post/ABC and CNN/ORC polls paint a grim picture of Bush's general election hopes. In the CNN poll, Bush is the only candidate tested - besides Ted Cruz - that Hillary beats handily. She leads Bush 51 percent to 43 percent. Meanwhile, Clinton is under 50 percent when tested against Rand Paul, Marco Rubio and Scott Walker. In the Washington Post/ABC poll, 55 percent said they expected that Clinton would win a match-up against Bush. While both Hillary and Jeb suffer with the "dynasty" label, the Bush name is more toxic. In the CNN poll, 62 percent of voters said that Jeb Bush represents the past, while just 34 percent thought he represented the future. Meanwhile, 45 percent of respondents thought Hillary Clinton represents the past while
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