Trump leads New Hampshire by double digits in the primary


Former President Donald Trump has a double-digit lead among announced candidates and other potential rivals in the New Hampshire Republican primary, according to a National Research Inc. poll.

A poll commissioned by the Center for American Greatness found that 39% of likely primary voters in the Granite State support Trump for his candidacy. He leads his closest potential challenger, Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL), by 20% and 19 points.

Interestingly, Gov. Chris Sununu (R-NH) is trailing DeSantis with 17% support. DeSantis finished second in virtually every national poll and many state polls, though his support has been falling for months. InDepth New’s Paula Tracy told reporters Wednesday that Sununu was shocked by the scandal, “how easy it would be for him to raise money if he chose to run for president.” Hampshire.

Vivek Ramaswamy, a businessman who has been active in New Hampshire since launching his campaign in February, is second among declared candidates with 6% support. Another three percent of respondents support former Gov. Nikki Haley (R-SC), while former Gov. Asa Hutchinson (R-AR), former Vice President Mike Pence, and Sen. Tim Scott (r-SC) each support one percent.

In addition, the poll asked voters who they preferred when it came to three “perceived attributes” on “the economy, opposition to far-left progressive ideology, and empathy.” More than half of respondents, 54%, believe Trump is in the best position to manage the economy, compared to 13% for DeSantis.

Similarly, 40% of those polled called Trump the “strongest” candidate(s) to take over the radical left party, compared to 21% for DeSantis. Finally, when asked to choose which candidate “cares about the needs and concerns of people like me,” 34% chose Trump, more than double the 17% who said DeSantis did. For other candidates or potential candidates, the results of “admission attributes” are not shown in the National Research Record.

National Research Inc. Polled 500 likely GOP primary voters between May 15 and May 17. The margin of error is plus or minus 4.38 percentage points at the 95% confidence level.


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