Businessman Donald Trump continues to lead the large field of Republican presidential candidates but would lose to all three three big-name Democrats in a race for the White House, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Thursday.
Gov. Chris Christie, meanwhile, is in 10th place with 3 percent support from Republican primary votes.
Trump leads the 17-deep GOP field with 20 percent. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is second with 13 percent, followed by former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, with 10 percent.
No other 2016 Republican tops 6 percent; 12 percent remain undecided.
As popular as he’s become, Trump also remains a polarizing figure nationally, with 30 percent of Republican voters saying they would “definitely not” support him – twice as many as those who say they could never back Christie (15 percent) or Bush (14 percent).