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New Hampshire Polls Are Out – See Where President Trump Stands

President Trump dominated the competition during the Iowa Caucus, winning 51% of the votes.

New polling has surfaced, showing what the New Hampshire primary might look like.

Polls show President Trump will secure 50% of the vote, Haley 34%, and DeSantis 5%.

Take all polls with a huge grain of salt; they aren’t always reliable predictors.

Haley was predicted to do better in Iowa, yet DeSantis overpassed her with 21% of the votes.

More from Fox News:

MANCHESTER, N.H. – With six days to go until New Hampshire’s Republican presidential primary, a new poll indicates former President Trump remains the clear frontrunner, with former ambassador and former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley firmly in second place and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis in a distant third.

Trump, who is running a third straight time for the White House, grabs 50% support among those likely to vote in next Tuesday’s New Hampshire GOP presidential primary, according to a survey released Wednesday by Suffolk University, the Boston Globe and NBC10 in Boston.

Haley, who served as ambassador to the United Nations during the Trump administration, stands at 34% support, with DeSantis at 5%. Six percent said they were undecided and 3% were backing another candidate.

The poll was conducted Monday and Tuesday evenings, during and after Trump scored a massive victory in Monday night’s Iowa caucuses, the first contest on the GOP presidential nominating calendar.

Nikki Haley and Democrats are holding onto false hope that Haley has a chance against President Trump.

Just look at this:

More from Politico:

Donald Trump continues to hold a commanding lead in New Hampshire less than a week until the state’s primary, according to a Boston Globe/Suffolk University/NBC-10 Boston poll.

The former president garnered 50 percent of support among likely New Hampshire Republican primary voters. Former U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley came in second place with 34 percent support and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis drew 5 percent support.

About 87 percent of those surveyed said they were either “not at all likely” or “not very likely” to change their candidate choice ahead of Tuesday’s primary.

Wednesday’s poll is consistent with recent New Hampshire primary polls released last week that show Trump leading the race with Haley in second place.

The primaries are good sports to watch, but we know they are ultimately pointless.

President Trump is going to win every election by a landslide.


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