Stephen Colbert draws 13 percent in hypothetical three-way matchup with Hillary Clinton and Rudy Giuliani. Somewhat surprisingly, this doesn't just come from reducing Clinton's vote share. Instead, in the three-way matchup she secures a commanding 45-35 win over Rudy. This is all mostly meaningless, but I think it's evidence that an anti-Giuliani spoiler candidate (Tancredo? Paul? Buchanan?) could find an audience . . . there's an evident disaffection with the Republican options.
Matthew Yglesias is a former writer and editor at The Atlantic.