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Republicans are eager to win back the White House in 2016. A new Fox News national poll finds both John Kasich and Ted Cruz ahead of Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton in hypothetical matchups, while Donald Trump trails her. 

Kasich does best against Clinton, with a double-digit advantage and also comes in above the 50 percent mark -- 51 percent to Clinton’s 40 percent -- while Cruz is preferred over Clinton by three percentage points.

Clinton tops GOP front-runner Donald Trump by 11 points.

Trump remains in the top spot for Republicans with 41 percent support among GOP primary voters, while Cruz has 38 percent.  Kasich gets 17 percent.

Read the full poll results here.

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