With less than two months before the Iowa caucuses, Bush is a far cry from being front-runner. He has fallen to fifth place (or lower) among Republican voters, according to the Real Clear Politics national polling average.
“Being the front-runner made me feel like that people are going to begin to say, well, the guy is just dancing right through this. I have to go earn it,” he said. “I have higher expectations on me than people have of me. So, it doesn't bother me a bit that the expectations are high.”