Although the next presidential election in the U.S. is more than two years away, a number of polls have shown that the two main candidates are currently New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who are deadlocked in public opinion.
A Fox News national poll found that Clinton, who is also a former first lady and New York Senator, has a very solid lead against all other Democratic hopefuls for the presidency, receiving 68 percent of the support. Vice President Joe Biden is at a distant second place with 12 percent.
From the Republican side, Christie has 16 percent of the support, but is facing some competition from former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan who each have 12 percent of the votes.