The latest polling from New Hampshire shows Trump with a rising lead while nearly everyone else is falling.
Report from Politico:
Donald Trump is now the choice of nearly one-in-three likely Republican primary voters in New Hampshire, while Jeb Bush, who once pledged that he would win in the state, plummeted to just 4 percent in the latest Monmouth University poll.
With less than a month before the New Hampshire primary, the Republican polls are showing significant movement, and a competitive battle for second and third place within the margin of error.
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Trump jumped six points from the November poll, to 32 percent, followed by Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and Ohio Gov. John Kasich, both at 14 percent. For Cruz, the results mark an increase of 5 points from the last survey, while for Kasich, Monday’s poll is a three-point bump.
This state is a natural fit for Trump. The voters love a strong anti-establishment candidate and he’s going to do well.