Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal continues to run near the back of the pack in Iowa among candidates for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, according to a recent poll.

The KBUR/WAA poll, conducted June 27-29, placed Jindal 13th, with 2 percent support. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker led the poll, with 18 percent.

The Feb. 1 Iowa caucuses are the first nomination contests of the 2016 election cycle.

Jindal officially announced his candidacy June 24 in Kenner. He traveled to Iowa repeatedly in the months before the announcement and has campaigned in the state since then. He has consistently polled in the low single digits there.