Here's an old Kingston Trio lyric from "The Merry Minuet" that fits the electorate's mood-
The whole world is festering
with unhappy souls.
The French hate the Germans
The Germans hate the Poles.
Italians hate Yugoslavs,
South Africans hate the Dutch.
And I don't like
anybody very much!
It's very early to be taking much stock in 2016 polls, since most public thought leans towards folks who have been in the presidential rodeo before.
The Democratic side is a conventional-wisdom joint, with Hillary up on Elizabeth Warren 67-7; that result looks like Clinton had Chelsea play the fourth quarter to keep from running up the score.
There's no such consensus on the GOP side, where Mike Huckabee leads with just short of a sixth of the electorate-
Following the controversy over his 'Uncle Sugar' speech Mike Huckabee has taken the lead in the Republican primary race for 2016. He's at 16% to 14% for Jeb Bush, 13% for Chris Christie, 11% for Rand Paul, 8% each for Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and Paul Ryan, 6% for Scott Walker, and 5% for Bobby Jindal.
Between Bush and Christie, we have a 27% establishment vote that would likely be able to fend off Huckabee or a Tea Party favorite like Paul or Cruz; Cruz had a very nice Wall Street Journal op-ed yesterday bemoaning Obama's ruling via decree. Christie dropped sharply after Bridgegate, but could bounce back if there isn't much more there, especially as other establishment conservatives like Ryan and Jindal opt out of a run.
If neither of those two run, we have a very messy free-for-all where insiders will need to anoint one of the remaining players the establishment choice. Huckabee is too much a loose cannon and too religious for the big-money whales to get behind and is persona non grata with the dynamist wing of the part.
With no clear favorite and eight people within 10% of the lead (heck, I'm only 16% out of the lead, time for the dark horse candidacy), there's no favorite.
That might be because there is nobody people like. Everyone in the race has higher disapproval than approval ratings. Hillary is a 45/47 fav/unfav, one point worse than Huckabee's 37/38. Paul Ryan and Elizabeth Warren have net -6's each, but only about half of those polled had an opinion of Warren.
There's a lot of room for change, since many of the folks have a large chunk of the populous that haven't formed an opinion; Ted Cruz, praised and demonized as Mr. Shutdown, is a -10 (28/38) but has 34% who are on the fence.
If you don't have an opinion about Hillary, you've been in a coma for two decades and haven't been awake for long. The others have room to either tick people off (as Christie just found out the hard way) or to win people over.