Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonSamantha Bee roasts Trump, media at mock correspondents' dinner Dems seeing big increase in midterm House candidates When it comes to Israel, Trump’s first 100 days were one big fail MORE is the top choice of millionaires to be president in 2016, according to a CNBC poll.
The results could play into concerns from some liberals that Clinton is too close to Wall Street and not populist enough on economic issues.
Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth WarrenWarren reads middle school students' letters on climate change Warren on attending Trump’s inauguration: ‘I wanted it burned in my eyes’ Maher on Obama speaking fee: Isn’t that what cost Clinton the election? MORE (D-Mass.), known for her fights against Wall Street, comes in at 8 percent. Among the Democratic millionaires, Clinton wins 74 percent of the support, with Warren at 14 percent.
Among Republicans, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie comes in second behind Bush, at 19 percent compared to Bush's 36 percent. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker wins 18 percent, and even Clinton gets 5 percent support from the Republicans.
Corporate tax reform is the top priority for the next Congress among the group as a whole, at 24 percent. Immigration reform and repealing ObamaCare follow close behind.
Among Democrats, raising the minimum wage and immigration reform, both at 26 percent, beat corporate tax reform, still a priority at 25 percent.
Republicans, at 35 percent, want to repeal ObamaCare as their top priority.