Former President Donald Trump won the Republican primary in New Hampshire with 83% of the vote. His nearest challenger, Governor Chris Sununu of New Hampshire, received just 13% of the vote.
This was Trump’s third victory in New Hampshire’s Republican primary, and it suggests that he remains a popular figure with the state’s Republican voters.
Donald Trump is consistently leading in every GOP primary poll in America, but as early primary voting looms just weeks away, conservatives are keeping an extra sharp eye on states like Iowa and New Hampshire.
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Iowa will kick off the nation’s Republican primary season on Jan. 15, 2024, with the anticipated caucuses, and President Trump is in an excellent position to win in the Hawkeye State, with a whopping 43 percent of statewide GOP caucus-goers indicating their support for his candidacy (Fabrizio, Lee & Associates).
From Iowa, we’ll go to New Hampshire for the early vote. Trump is also the clear favorite among GOP presidential candidates there. A new study from the Washington Post and Monmouth finds that 46% of people in the Granite State back President Trump.
Nikki Haley, the former Republican governor of South Carolina, got 18% of the vote. Chris Christie, the former governor of New Jersey, got 11%, and Vivek Ramaswamy, a businessman, got 8%. It was surprising that Gov. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., fell to fifth place in their poll, getting only 7% of the vote from New Hampshire GOP primary supporters.
The fact that Trump won big in Iowa and New Hampshire early voting states is a good sign that he will likely win the Republican primary and get the nod next year.
There is no doubt that President Trump is the clear favorite among GOP voters across the country to win the ticket. Cygnal’s new data showed that Trump had 60 percent of the vote across the country, giving him a 51-point lead over Gov. DeSantis, who came in second place for Republicans.
Nine percent of people who answered that poll put DeSantis in second place, well below the top two candidates.
In addition, Trump is ahead in the general election polls, which shows that he is the most likely choice to beat Joe Biden in November.
A study done by Bloomberg and Morning Consult from October 30 to November 7 found that Trump was ahead of Biden in six of the seven most important swing states.