Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton each lead their party's respective primary race in swing states Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania, according to new polls from Quinnipiac University.

But neither Clinton nor Trump fares as well as their top competitors - Dr. Ben Carson and Vice President Joe Biden, respectively - in hypothetical general election match-ups in the three states.

As shown in previous polls, Clinton and Trump not only have the worst overall favorability ratings among all voters of any of the leading candidates, but also the lowest scores for being honest and trustworthy.

Stephen Dinan and Sarah Westwood went "On The Record" with Greta Van Susteren to discuss the new numbers.

Dinan said that the general election numbers are what really matter, which means the rising numbers for Carson and Biden are very interesting.

Watch more above.


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