For every candidate save two in the Democratic and Republican presidential contests, what goes up must come down. Some of the downturns we've seen this year -- perhaps even among eventual winners -- have been stunning.

We graphed seven drops in the polls experienced by 2016 candidates so far. In each case, the yellow line shows the change between their highest point in the Real Clear Politics polling average and now. If they peaked at 27 and are now at 7 points, for example, the far left end of the line will be at +20, because they lost 20 points.

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1

A big, steep drop.

Jeb Bush
Chris Christie
Hillary Clinton
Ted Cruz
Mike Huckabee
Rand Paul
Rick Perry
Bernie Sanders
Donald Trump
Scott Walker

2

Hard to believe there were eight points to fall.

Jeb Bush
Chris Christie
Hillary Clinton
Ted Cruz
Mike Huckabee
Rand Paul
Rick Perry
Bernie Sanders
Donald Trump
Scott Walker

3

A recent uptick after a long slide.

Jeb Bush
Chris Christie
Hillary Clinton
Ted Cruz
Mike Huckabee
Rand Paul
Rick Perry
Bernie Sanders
Donald Trump
Scott Walker

4

In 2013, this person was talked about as a contender.

Jeb Bush
Chris Christie
Hillary Clinton
Ted Cruz
Mike Huckabee
Rand Paul
Rick Perry
Bernie Sanders
Donald Trump
Scott Walker

5

One of the steepest drops in recent electoral history.

Jeb Bush
Chris Christie
Hillary Clinton
Ted Cruz
Mike Huckabee
Rand Paul
Rick Perry
Bernie Sanders
Donald Trump
Scott Walker

6

A big announcement spike.

Jeb Bush
Chris Christie
Hillary Clinton
Ted Cruz
Mike Huckabee
Rand Paul
Rick Perry
Bernie Sanders
Donald Trump
Scott Walker

7

A drop in early 2014.

Jeb Bush
Chris Christie
Hillary Clinton
Ted Cruz
Mike Huckabee
Rand Paul
Rick Perry
Bernie Sanders
Donald Trump
Scott Walker

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