Fri Feb 5, 2016 AT 10:54 AM EST

Although Donald Trump is still the GOP presidential front-runner, a new Quinnipiac Poll reveals that Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio are gaining on him and Rubio now appears to be the strongest, most-liked candidate who could defeat Hillary Clinton 48 to 41 percent, Newsmax reports. The poll also projects that, for Democrats, Bernie Sanders is the most liked in matchups against Republicans.

Thu Feb 4, 2016 AT 11:15 AM EST

Support for Marco Rubio is climbing, as a WHDH/UMass Lowell poll revealed a 3-point overnight hike for him, with Donald Trump now at 36 percent and Rubio at 15 percent, followed by Ted Cruz at 14 percent, reports Newsmax.

Wed Feb 3, 2016 AT 10:51 AM EST

Short on funds and support, Sen. Rand Paul announced Wednesday the suspension of his 2016 presidential campaign, one that sought to expand the libertarian brand of conservatism championed by his father, Ron Paul, reports the Washington Post.

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