"It's really remarkable how static this year's race has become compared to the 2012 Republican contest," said Dean Debnam, president of PPP. "Only two candidates have seen their support shift more than 2 points over the last six weeks, and Trump and Carson have been the clear top two for almost 3 months now. It's a lot less topsy turvy this time around."
"Democrats really are pretty content with the current field of candidates for president," said Dean Debnam, president of Public Policy Polling. "Most voters would stick with Clinton, Sanders, or Biden even if just about every other big Democratic name of the last 20 years was running too."