2024 Polls Suggest Haley, Ramaswamy are Gaining on DeSantis
Summary from AllSides News Team
While former President Donald Trump remains firmly in the lead for the Republican Party's 2024 presidential nomination, the names behind him are shuffling.
New Hampshire Polls: New polling from NMB Research of likely Republican voters in New Hampshire shows Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley tied for second place with 10%. Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and businessman Vivek Ramaswamy are both at 8%.
Iowa Polls: Surveys conducted by pollster Tony Fabrizio show that "DeSantis has flatlined, Haley has surged, and Ramaswamy is seen as" the first Republican debate's winner, both in Iowa and New Hampshire. DeSantis is at 11% among likely Iowa voters, with Haley and Ramaswamy at 9%.
For Context: Haley and Ramaswamy were widely seen as having elevated their campaign profiles in last month's debate.
How the Media Covered It: Sources across the spectrum covered the polling shift, with many mentioning how DeSantis has lost ground over the past few months.
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From the CenterPoll: Nikki Haley, Ron DeSantis tied for 2nd place in New Hampshire
While the race for first place in next year’s New Hampshire Republican Presidential Primary is not in doubt right now, the battle for second is a barnburner, with Florida’s Governor in the mix.
New polling from NMB Research of likely New Hampshire GOP Primary voters shows Ron DeSantis and Nikki Haley tied for second place with 10%. The Competitiveness Coalition and the Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy commissioned the survey, which was conducted between Aug. 26 and Aug. 31.
While both candidates are 37 points behind Donald Trump, they are just 2 points ahead of fourth place candidates Vivek Ramaswamy and Chris Christie.
From the RightNikki Haley Catches DeSantis in New Hampshire GOP Primary Poll
Former U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley has caught up to Florida governor Ron DeSantis in the 2024 Republican race among potential New Hampshire primary voters, according to a new poll.
Both Haley and DeSantis sit at 10 percent while former President Donald Trump holds a 37-point lead over his closest challengers, according to an NMB Research survey obtained by Politico.
The poll, the first to show Haley tied with DeSantis in New Hampshire since the first GOP presidential debate in late August, is a relative outlier as DeSantis sits at 13 percent to Haley’s 3.8 percent...
From the LeftTrumpworld sees Haley surging toward DeSantis
Trump pollster Tony Fabrizio is telling Republican donors that Nikki Haley "has surged" in Iowa since last week's GOP presidential debate — and that she and Vivek Ramaswamy are essentially tied with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis in New Hampshire, according to a polling memo obtained by Axios.
Driving the news: Fabrizio's memo, sent to fundraisers and allies of former President Trump, said that all three remain far behind him in the first two states that will vote in the GOP primary season.
Why it matters: Haley and Ramaswamy were widely seen as doing well in...