A new survey indicates that former President Trump and former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley have gained support among prospective Republican primary voters in New Hampshire.
Haley received 33% of probable Republican primary voters in the Granite State, according to a survey conducted by the American Research Group between December 27 and January 3.
This is a four-point increase from a December survey.
Additionally, former president Trump improved, rising from 33 percent to 37 percent in the survey since last month.
In the latest survey, the gap between Trump and Haley remains at 4 points, which is consistent with the findings of the previous survey.
Haley’s ascent is further bolstered by the controversy she recently encountered regarding a town hall response in New Hampshire regarding the origins of the Civil War, in which she neglected to mention slavery.
The 600-item survey was carried out between December 27 and January 3 with probable New Hampshire Republican primary voters. A margin of error of four percentage points is present.
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