Trump Leads by 19 Points in New Hampshire Presidential Primary Poll

According to a recent poll released on the eve of New Hampshire's presidential primary, Donald Trump holds a commanding lead of 19 points over Nikki Haley. According to the Hill, the survey of 500 likely Republican primary voters was carried out over the weekend by the Boston Globe/NBC-10/Suffolk University poll. According to the breakdown, the former president received the backing of 57.4% of those surveyed, while the former UN ambassador garnered a support of 8.2%. Only a small fraction, 2.2%, of the individuals reached expressed indecision regarding their preferred candidate. After Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis withdrew from the race, the poll director noted that 11 respondents who had initially chosen him had their preference shifted to their second choice.

According to Politico, a recent poll that was released on Monday showed comparable findings. According to the Monmouth University-Washington Post poll, Trump is currently leading Haley by a significant margin of 18 points, with 52% of the respondents supporting him compared to Haley's 34%. DeSantis's approval rating was at 8%. Monmouth observed another trend favoring Trump: DeSantis supporters were twice as inclined to select the former president as their second choice compared to choosing Haley. Other weekend polls also reached similar findings. According to WMUR, Tuesday is expected to be cloudy, with temperatures reaching the mid- to upper 30s. There is a chance of snow showers in the southern part of New Hampshire around sunset, and there is a possibility that they could then move northward. According to CBS News, the majority of polling places close at 7pm, while a few remain open until 8pm.


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