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former florida governor jeb bush starting his presidential bid was shallow support from moderate republicans the voters who are crucial to his white house hopes , i'm andy sullivan political correspondent for reuters here in washington , as bush starts this campaign it's no secret that he is not popular among the most conservative republicans our new poll finds that he is not locking down moderates either bush get support from eighteen percent of moderates better than anybody else but many of these people we talked to said they're open to considering other candidates like florida senator marco rubio , i spoke to about a dozen republican voters in many told me they backed bush mainly because he seemed the most familiar they remember when his father and brother were in the white house , another warning sign many moderate republicans don't agree with bush on immigration bush says illegal immigrants should be integrated into society given some sort of legal status , but about one out of three moderate say all illegal immigrants should be deported this wouldn't be is troubling for bush if he wasn't running so poorly with conservatives , our poll shows him ranking seventh among this group behind rivals like wisconsin governor scott walker in texas senator ted cruz , bush aides tell me this poll is a good starting point he'll pick up more support among conservatives as they learn about his record as florida governor and a strong pro life and pro gun position , but other aides say the pole points to trouble ahead , with so many candidates in the race bush could easily become lost in the crowd