Scott Walker is dropping out of the 2016 presidential race, according to The New York Times.
A post debate survey conducted by CNN showed Walker with less than one-half of one percent of Republican primary voters nationally.
According to The Times, Walker faced growing pressure to make changes to his campaign staff, a step which he did not want to take.
A news conference is scheduled Monday for 6 p.m. in Madison, Wisconsin.
Multiple calls from The Daily Caller to the Walker campaign to were not returned at the time of publication.
Walker is the second GOP candidate to drop out of the race, following former Texas Governor Rick Perry.