Trump falls, Haley rises 10 points in New Hampshire survey

According to fresh polls, former President Trump has lost support in fresh Hampshire since November, while Republican competitor Nikki Haley has gained support in the state’s presidential primary.

According to an Emerson College Polling/WHDH New Hampshire poll issued Thursday, Trump has 44 percent support among Republican primary voters in New Hampshire, down from 49 percent in November.

Haley, on the other hand, has a 28 percent approval rating, up from 18 percent in November.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has a 7 percent approval rating in the current survey, which is unchanged from November.

Trump falls, Haley rises 10 points in New Hampshire survey

The Republican presidential candidates are just days away from the Jan. 15 Iowa caucuses, which kick off the party’s presidential nominating cycle — followed by the Jan. 23 primary in New Hampshire.

Trump leads the field in both states by double digits, but Haley is gaining ground in New Hampshire as non-Trump contenders seek to distinguish themselves as the top option to the former president.

Iowa and New Hampshire are among the early states being watched as early indicators for the rest of the election campaign, with experts predicting that a huge Trump win in those states might effectively decide the race.

Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who polled at 12% in the most recent New Hampshire survey – higher than DeSantis — halted his campaign on Wednesday.

The survey, which was conducted Jan. 8-10 among 751 New Hampshire Republican presidential primary voters, has a credibility interval of 3.5 percentage points.

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