John Kasich leads Ohio, Jeb Bush leads Florida, but no clear front runner emerges in primary poll

In this Feb. 24 file photo, Ohio Gov. John Kasich delivers his State of the State address at the Roberts Centre in Wilmington, Ohio.

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Polling in three key swing states found that no potential candidate for president is a clear front runner among Republican voters, with Gov. John Kasich leading in Ohio, former Gov. Jeb Bush leading in his home state and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker up in Pennsylvania.

The Quinnipiac University Poll, released Thursday, showed no candidate has staked out a strong lead position. While Kasich and Bush topped a list of potential candidates in their home states, neither registered support from 25 percent of Republicans. And in Pennsylvania, the Republican results were widely split, with Walker leading at 14 percent.

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