Trump’s Lead Is Narrowing In Key State Says New Poll

( — The latest primary poll out of New Hampshire reveals that Donald Trump’s lead in the Granite State is narrowing, Fox News reported.

According to the University of New Hampshire Survey Center poll released on Tuesday, while the former president is still leading the pack, his support has dropped to only 37 percent, just 14 points over Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (23 percent). In April’s UNH poll, Trump was leading DeSantis by 20 points.

The other GOP candidates are all in the single digits, with South Carolina Senator Tim Scott at 8 percent and North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum tied with former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie at 6 percent.

Former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley and entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy are tied at 5 percent while the rest of the field sits at 1 percent or less.

Where Trump is losing significant ground, however, is among New Hampshire voters with children in the household.

According to the UNH poll, DeSantis holds a commanding 33-point lead over Trump among voters with children, beating the former president 56 percent to 23 percent.

With the New Hampshire primary still six months away, only 35 percent of likely Republican voters said they have definitely decided on which candidate they plan to support.

The UNH poll qualifies for the RNC’s polling debate requirement with 898 likely Republican voters.

In another sign that Trump’s prospects in 2024 are looking grim, the Monmouth University poll released on Thursday shows the former president with the lowest favorability in the poll’s history, with only 36 percent having a favorable view of Trump. Another 63 percent view Trump unfavorably, placing him 27 points underwater.

In a hypothetical match-up between Trump and President Biden, Biden leads Trump in the Monmouth poll by 7 points, 47 percent to 40 percent.

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