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NH Poll: Trump Widens Lead, But Rubio Best Liked

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By    |   Wednesday, 18 Nov 2015 07:43 AM

Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump has extended his lead with 23 percent in the polls among GOP New Hampshire voters likely to vote in February's election, a new WBUR poll released Wednesday shows.

And, although Florida Sen. Marco Rubio polled as the best-liked candidate, the real estate mogul has gained a 5-point increase from last month.

According to the poll:
  •  Donald Trump, 23 percent;
  • Ben Carson, 13 percent;
  • Marco Rubio. 13 percent;
  • Ted Cruz, 8 percent;
  • Jeb Bush, 7 percent;
  • John Kasich, 7 percent;
  • Chris Christie, 6 percent;
  • Rand Paul, 5 percent;
  • Carly Fiorina, 4 percent;
All other candidates earned 2 percent or less and 6 percent of New Hampshire voters said they were undecided.

In terms of favorability, Rubio polled the highest amongst New Hampshire voters with 57 to 20 percent, an increase from the last survey. Carson's numbers, however, dipped from a net positive of 63 to 19 percent in the last survey to 55 percent to 26 percent.

With the survey being conducted just two days following the deadly terrorist attacks in Paris, the poll shows that voters are torn over whether the next president should send more American troops to the Middle East.


The poll shows:
  • The next president should send more troops to the Middle East, 38 percent;
  • Troop levels should remain as they are, 28 percent;
  • The next president should remove as many troops from the region as possible, 22 percent.
The survey was conducted Nov. 14-15 via landlines and cellphones, surveying 405 likely voters in the New Hampshire Republican primary, with a margin of error of plus or minus 4.9 percentage points.


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