BY ERIC GUNDERSEN
The Republican Party continues its search for a presidential candidate who can attract more public support than former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. The most recent national survey from Fairleigh Dickinson University’s PublicMind finds Clinton is favored over a variety of possible Republican contenders in hypothetical head-to-head matchups among registered voters. The closest anyone comes to Clinton is Minnesota Congressman and former Vice Presidential nominee Paul Ryan with 46 percent favoring Clinton to 38 percent for Ryan. However, once the margin of error is accounted for, all look virtually the same against Clinton if the election were to be held today.