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Haley Surges Ahead In Latest New Hampshire Poll

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Former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley is gaining on Trump and leaving other Republican contenders in the rearview.

The latest New Hampshire polls report Haley has now doubled her support in the early voting state since September.

The survey, published Thursday by the Saint Anselm College Survey Center (SACSC), found Haley garnered 30 percent of the likely Republican primary vote, just 14 points behind Trump, who showed 44 percent support.

The Hill has more:

While the former South Carolina governor has gained momentum in the early primary state since September, her closest rival — Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis — dropped 6 points from 11 percent to 5 percent.

Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie saw a slight gain in support, garnering 12 percent support in December, a 2 point increase from September, pollsters found. Meanwhile, biotech entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy and former Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson remain in the single digits with 6 and 1 percent, respectively.

As for the general election, President Biden led Trump by 10 points — 49 percent to 39 percent — in a hypothetical rematch between the two party front-runners. Independent candidate Robert Kennedy, Jr., however, picked up 8 percent support in the new survey.

The results come less than a month before the Granite State’s primary.

Earlier this month, popular New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu (R) officially endorsed Haley for president.

5 COMMENTS

  1. Strange how they down play Trump’s 14 point lead here. 14 points is a good lead, but I guess Trump is put under a different standard by both parties.

  2. Haley is a globalist warmonger!
    What are her ties to the WEF?
    She is EXACTLY the wrong choice!
    If you pay attention, you’ll know
    her “surge” comes from the Left
    and their obedient media!
    Yes, Nikki is THEIR CHOICE!

  3. I am just like Tucker Carlson: If she’s the candidate, I’ll vote for Biden. If we’re going down, we’d might as well go down in flames.

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