Trump Still Rules Latest New Hampshire Poll; Rubio, Carson Tied For Second

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Billionaire candidate Donald Trump still reigns supreme in the latest poll of Republican voters in New Hampshire with 23 percent of the vote.

The new poll was conducted for WBUR by the MassINC polling group between November 14-15, after the terrorist attacks in Paris.

Ben Carson has fallen to 13 percent, now tied with Sen. Marco Rubio, who has gained two points since the last poll at the end of October. Carson’s favorability has fallen eight points since October, while Trump’s has remained steady. Rubio’s favorability ratings have gained 11 points since mid-September.

Sen. Ted Cruz has risen to eight percent support, ahead of former Governor Jeb Bush who is now tied with Ohio Governor John Kasich with seven percent. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is at six percent.

Here is how it stacks up:

Trump 23
Carson 13
Rubio 13
Cruz 8
Kasich 7
Bush 7
Christie 6
Rand 5
Fiorina 4
Graham 2

The poll shows that more voters thought that Rubio did the best job during recent Fox Business debate than any other candidate. Cruz came in second, followed by Trump. John Kasich, was seen to have done the worst job in the last debate.

When asked if they thought Mitt Romney should get in the race, 64 percent of New Hampshire voters disagreed while 34 percent thought he should.