New Hampshire Poll: Donald Trump Still Rising; Chris Christie Snags Second

Presidential candidates Donald Trump (R) speaks with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie during a break at the the CNBC Republican Presidential Debate at University of Colorados Coors Events Center October 28, 2015 in Boulder, Colorado. Fourteen Republican presidential candidates are participating in the third set of Republican presidential debates. (Photo …
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The latest poll of Republicans in New Hampshire shows support for Donald Trump continues to rise – even after his controversial plan to bar Muslims from entering the United States.

The WBUR/MassINC poll shows Trump is now leading the state with 27 percent – up four points since the same poll conducted in November. The poll includes voters who are leaning toward supporting a candidate.

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is the new second-place holder, with 12 percent support. His careful attention to New Hampshire has apparently paid off, as he was only polling at two percent in the state in September.

Sen. Marco Rubio comes in third with 11 percent.

Here is how it stacks up:

Trump 27
Christie 12
Rubio 11
Cruz 10
Bush 8
Kasich 7
Carson 6
Fiorina 3
Rand 2
Huckabee 1

The poll included 402 likely Republican voters in the 2016 New Hampshire primary and was conducted December 6-8. Trump issued his proposal about banning Muslims on December 7.