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The Republican presidential primary race has settled into two distinct tiers, according to the new Fox News poll.

The four leading candidates - Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and Dr. Ben Carson - command nearly 75 percent of the party's support.

Trump received 34 percent among Republican primary voters. Cruz was in second place with 20 percent. Rubio came in third with 11 percent, and Carson was in fourth with eight percent.

The new poll, released today, found that Jeb Bush and John Kasich each received four percent, Chris Christie three percent, Mike Huckabee and Rand Paul each two percent, and Carly Fiorina and Jim Gilmore tied at one percent. Rick Santorum received less than one percent.

The poll also asked GOP primary voters if there is any GOP candidate who they absolutely would not support against the Democratic candidate in November.

15 percent said they would refuse to vote for Trump. Ten percent said they feel that way about Bush. Another eight percent would not vote for Christie, and six percent said the same about Carson, Cruz and Paul.

Watch more on the new Fox News poll and the state of the 2016 race above.

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