If you had to book a vacation to paradise with one presidential contender, who would it be?

In a new Fox News poll, 22 percent of people said they would choose to go on summer vacation with Hillary Clinton, putting her in first place.

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush finished in a distant second place with seven percent, followed by Dr. Ben Carson and Donald Trump each at five percent and Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul at four percent.

Another question asked people which candidate they would least want to spend their vacation with, which Clinton also "won," capturing 31 percent of the vote.

Larry Sabato said on "Fox and Friends Weekend" that this poll is fun, but reveals little about the actual election.

"People just volunteered a response, and the two people who topped the poll, Clinton and Bush, are - surprise! - the best known," Sabato said.

Clayton Morris asked if this hints at a potential lack of trustworthiness and likability in Clinton.

"Essentially, the Democrats picked Hillary Clinton to go on vacation and the Republicans said she's the person they least want to go on vacation with," Sabato said. "It's another example of party polarization. And that will probably reflect the vote."

Watch the "Fox and Friends Weekend" clip above.


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