A recent poll of a hypothetical GOP Primary in New Hampshire was conducted by Emerson College Polling. The poll ranked President Trump in the #1 slot in a matchup against other republican leaders, with a whopping 41-point margin of error. Undoubtedly, the state of New Hampshire carries significant importance in presidential elections and the results of this poll could foreshadow a massive victory for the 45th President.
New Hampshire 2024: Trump Holds 41-Point Lead for Republican Nomination
— InteractivePolls (@IAPolls2022) March 8, 2023
President Trump has maintained strong support in the Granite State, selling out tickets to each rally he holds there. During Trump’s last visit, he spoke at a rally in Salem, New Hampshire, which caught headlines when he said “I’m more angry now and I’m more committed now than I ever was.”
Oddly enough, Republican Governor Chris Sununu has recently withdrawn his support for President Trump. While appearing on NBC’s “Meet the Press”, Sununu remarked that “Right now, if the election were today, Ron DeSantis would win in New Hampshire. There’s no doubt about that in my mind.” Sununu went on to make another odd comment responding to whether or not he thought Trump would earn the GOP Nomination in 2024, saying “That’s just not going to happen. And so I think there’s a lot of opportunity to bring forward the Republican Party. Not what we were, not yesterday’s leadership or yesterday’s story or crying about what happened in November of ’22, but what we are going to bring to the table and get done tomorrow, deliver a win in ’24,”
However, Governor Sununu’s abandonment of the America First President doesn’t seem to be making the kind of impact that he might’ve hoped it would. The polling information read in part “Former President Donald Trump holds a 41-point lead in a hypothetical Republican primary, with 58% support. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis holds 17%, followed by Governor Sununu at 7%, former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley at 6%, and former Vice President Mike Pence at 4%.”
Executive Director of Emerson College Polling Spencer Kimball explained that “Similar to our February national poll, Trump finds his primary base among young voters: 67% of Republican primary voters under 35 support Trump as the nominee. Unlike the national survey, where DeSantis found a base of voters over 65 and those with higher educational attainment, DeSantis holds no such base at this time among New Hampshire Republicans. Similarly, Governor Sununu is unable to surpass 10% among any demographic groups.”
Once again, it appears that President Trump’s genuine passion for his movement continues to earn him the support of the people of New Hampshire and the rest of the United States for that matter.
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