(CNN) - A new survey indicates Gov. Chris Christie, Sen. Rand Paul and former Gov. Jeb Bush would all fare about the same in a potential presidential matchup against Hillary Clinton in 2016.
According to the Fox News Poll, released Wednesday night, the former secretary of state dominates the potential Democratic presidential field, as she does in every other poll.
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Clinton comes in at the top of the Fox poll with 69% support among Democratic voters, Vice President Joe Biden is a distant second with 14%, and Sen. Elizabeth Warren has 6%.
The Republican field is far less clear, in terms of a frontrunner. Christie, the Republican governor of New Jersey, takes the top spot at 15%, with Bush, the former governor of Florida, and Paul, the junior senator from Kentucky, each coming in at 14%.
In hypothetical matchups against Clinton, the three Republicans each fall short of the former senator and first lady by about the same percentage points. Clinton would outmatch Christie by eight percentage points, 50%-42%. A Clinton-Bush matchup would be 51%-42%, and a Clinton-Paul contest would also be 51%- 42%, according to the survey.
The survey did not ask respondents about Fox News Channel host and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, who has placed prominently in recent polls gauging potential support for the 2016 GOP field.
For the poll, 1,012 registered voters were interviewed by phone from April 13-15. The overall sampling error is plus or minus three percentage points.