It goes without saying that both Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio have high odds of carrying Florida should one of them win the Republican nomination for president. As the primary season plays out, both will also have a major advantage in winning the southern swing state when registered Florida GOP voters decide who their party's nominee should be.

But in that Florida primary, Rubio may not be able to rely upon the support of his fellow Cuban-Americans as much he would hope. The Miami Herald reports that Bush has a lead of 12 percentage points with the group, with 43 percent backing him, and 30 percent backing Rubio.

The two long-time Florida politicians—Bush served in the Governor's mansion for eight years, with a prior stint as Florida's Secretary of Commerce, while Rubio has been in the U.S. Senate since 2011—have ties to the Cuban-American community, who have a population of 1,213,438 in the state...



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