New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush lead the field of potential GOP presidential candidates in Virginia. 

Nineteen percent of GOP voters would select Christie in a potential primary, according to a poll released Monday by Christopher Newport University. 

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Bush trails shortly behind with 18 percent of Republicans who say they would vote for him. 

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Thirteen percent of Republicans surveyed said they are undecided.

Nine percent would choose Sen. Ted Cruz (Texas); Sen. Rand PaulRand PaulSenate gears up for fight on Trump's 0B Saudi Arabia arms sale Paul: 0B Saudi arms deal ‘a travesty’ Senate feels pressure for summer healthcare vote MORE (Ky.) scores 7 percent; Sen. Marco RubioMarco RubioSenate panel could pass new Russia sanctions this summer McConnell on Trump: 'We could do with a little less drama' Taking the easy layup: Why brain cancer patients depend on it MORE hits 4 percent; and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker trails with 3 percent. 

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Fifty-one percent of people have a favorable view of the former secretary of State, while 42 percent have an unfavorable view. 

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), who was included in the survey, hits 7 percent. 

Clinton continues to dominate the Republican field in potential general election matchups.  

Christie, who has been battling a scandal regarding the closing of lanes on the George Washington Bridge, holds Clinton to the closest margin. 

Forty-six percent of voters have a favorable view of Christie, while 30 percent see him in an unfavorable light. 

In a potential general election, 43 percent would choose Clinton while 41 percent would pick Christie, with 16 percent undecided. 

Ryan and Huckabee both trail Clinton in a head-to-head matchup by 15 percent. 

The live-call survey polled 901 registered voters in Virginia from Feb 23-28 and has a 3.3-percent margin of error.