Gov. Jindal makes poor showing in new presidential race poll

Gov. Jindal makes poor showing in new presidential race poll

Gov. Bobby Jindal takes three percentage points in a poll that suggests a shift in the race for the republican presidential nomination.

Quinnipiac University recently polled likely Iowa caucus-goers. Ben carson took the lead with 28 percent support. Donlad Trump, who held the lead for weeks, fell to second place with 20 percent support. Florida Senator Marco Rubio with 13 percent and Texas Senator Ted Cruz with 10 percent round out the top four. Click here for poll results in their entirety.

Jindal's inability to make good showings in polls is the reason why he's been left out of debates with top tier candidates. He told the Washington Examiner this week that he's frustrated with how the republican party has handled debate qualifications. He also told the publication he may skip the October 28 undercard debate.

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