March Madness: Political edition
WASHINGTON - November 2016 is approaching quickly, and presidential candidates on both sides are upping the ante as they compete for their party's nomination.
But how would they fair in a March Madness-style bracket? FOX 5's Ronica Cleary breaks it down.
The Last 4 Out of the race for the White House are Ben Carson, on March 4, Jeb Bush, on February 20, Jim Gilmore on February 12 and Carly Fiorina and Chris Christie on February 10.
"Looking at the remaining four candidates in the GOP race, I would say Marco Rubio and John Kasich are on the bubble, fighting for relevance and delegates as they continue to struggle in these primary races," said Cleary.
In terms of match-ups, the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll looks at a final match-up between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, with the results showing a Clinton victory by 13 points. Bernie Sanders also bests Trump, this time by 18 points, in the poll.
That same NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll matched Clinton and Ted Cruz and predicted a Clinton victory by two points.
The poll didn't match Sanders and Cruz, but the latest CNN/ORC poll shows Sanders triumphing by 17 points.
So who do you think will be the final four? What about the final two in this race? Find Cleary @RonicaCleary on Facebook and Twitter to sound off!