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Feb 05 2016

Kasich and Bush Make Gains on Falling Trump

U.S. Republican presidential candidate and Ohio Governor John Kasich

Donald Trump – 26.6%
John Kasich — 12.0%
Ted Cruz —— 11.8%
Jeb Bush —– 11.2%
Marco Rubio — 9.6%
Chris Christie – 5.6%
Carly Fiorina — 4.8%
Ben Carson — 4.0%
The statewide survey of 500 likely New Hampshire Republican presidential primary voters was conducted Jan. 25-27 using live telephone interviews and a split sample of landline and cell phone numbers. The margin of error is +/-4.4 percentage points at a 95 percent level of confidence. Marginals and full cross-tabulation data are posted on the Suffolk University Political Research Center.

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  1. William

    Rubio is great…for the captain of my sons high school debate team, Trump is a national embarrassment. Ted Cruz…is Ted Cruz. We the good people of New Hampshire want a smart sensible leader. John Kasich is proven and Chris Christie can get things done. After that nothing but empty suits.
    Let’s not embarrass ourselves New Hampshire by letting trump win.

  2. Sam

    Agreed. Trump is a definite no. Not fit to be president.
    I like Cruz. But anybody but Trump.

  3. CHARLES

    TRUMP HAVING A BAD NIGHT , CRISTY DID OK,MARCO DID OK. BUT I STAY WIT TRUMP HE;S NOT ON THE TAKE OR MAKING PROMISE

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    The American people will go with a bush in the White House before they choose fat sloppy christy

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