[Ed. – Keep in mind, he still has by far the biggest organized war chest, with millions from the mega-donors. And still he’s dropping dramatically. This could be big. He may actually not be inevitable.]
On the Democratic side, support for Vice President Joe Biden — who is still considering a run — has almost doubled since August. But make no mistake: Hillary Clinton remains the frontrunner.
Trump stays on top with 26 percent among GOP primary voters, followed by Carson at 18 percent. Fiorina and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio are next, tied at 9 percent. All four have gained ground. After the August Fox News debate, Trump had 25 percent, while Carson had 12 percent, Fiorina 5 percent and Rubio 4 percent. …
Frustration with party leaders has been a recurring theme for one sitting GOP senator in the race, Ted Cruz of Texas, who is next in the poll at eight percent. He was at 10 percent in August.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush garners seven percent, a new low for him in the Fox News poll. He had 15 percent support as recently as early August.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is up a couple ticks to five percent and Ohio Gov. John Kasich gets four percent. Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee receives three percent and Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul two percent. All other candidates receive one percent or less.