Republican presidential candidates Ted CruzTed CruzBreitbart, liberal activist cooperated on GOP primary disruptions: report Juan Williams: When WikiLeaks leaked my cell number 56 memorable moments from a wild presidential race MORE and John Kasich — but not front-runner Donald TrumpDonald TrumpClinton super PAC raised nearly million a day in October stretch Mental healthcare and the 2016 election Trump calls ObamaCare stats 'a lie' MORE — beat Democrat Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonClinton super PAC raised nearly million a day in October stretch Mental healthcare and the 2016 election Giuliani: I see Clinton in 'an orange jumpsuit' MORE in hypothetical general election match-ups, according to a Fox News poll released Wednesday.
Kasich has the largest lead over Clinton, 51 percent to 40 percent, according to the survey, which reports the Ohio governor does well with independents and takes a larger percentage of Democratic voters than the other candidates.
Cruz leads Clinton by 3 points, 47 percent to 44 percent, head-to-head.
But Clinton beats Trump by 11 points, 49 to 38 percent.
A separate Bloomberg Politics poll released Wednesday also shows Clinton besting the real estate mogul by double digits.
In a match-up against Democratic presidential candidate Bernie SandersBernie SandersSanders warns Clinton: Don't rush to compromise with GOP The Trail 2016: Who is really winning? The evidence backs Trump: We have a duty to doubt election results MORE, Kasich leads by 1 point. Sanders leads Cruz by 4 points and Trump by 14.
If the match-up in November is between Trump and Clinton, more than 40 percent of Cruz supporters said they would seriously consider a third-party candidate or staying at home. More voters said they would be satisfied if the election turned out to be a match-up between Clinton and Cruz than between Clinton and Trump, 72 to 67 percent.
The survey also found that only 16 percent of voters would be "enthusiastic" about a Clinton presidency and 49 percent would be "scared" if Trump became president.
The poll, which surveyed 1,016 randomly chosen registered voters nationwide through phone interviews, was conducted from March 20-22. It has a margin of error of 3 points.