Donald Trump has regained the lead in the latest poll of likely Republican primary voters in New Hampshire while his biggest rival, Ben Carson, seems to be falling in a WBUR poll released today. Trump comes in at 22 percent, a four-point climb for him since November 4.
Carson fell four points, and he’s been declining since September. Today he’s tied for second place with Marco Rubio at 11 percent. In September, Rubio polled at 2 percent.
Ted Cruz followed at 8 percent. No other candidates polled in double digits, but 13 percent of those surveyed chose “don’t know” instead of any of the other candidates.