(POLL) Trump leads Haley by 33 points in Republican primary

After winning the New Hampshire primary former President Donald Trump maintains a wide lead over former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley among GOP primary voters.

That’s according to the latest Rasmussen Reports.

The survey finds that 56% of likely Republican primary voters would vote for Trump if the primary were held today, while Haley would get 23%.

Eleven percent (11%) would vote for some other candidate and 10% are undecided.

In our December survey, taken before Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and businessman Vivek Ramaswamy quit the GOP campaign, Trump led with 51% to Haley’s 13%. 

In last week’s New Hampshire primary, Trump got 54% of the vote to Haley’s 43%. 

The next Republican contests are the Nevada caucuses (February 8) and the South Carolina primary (February 24).

To see survey question wording, click here.

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2 thoughts on “(POLL) Trump leads Haley by 33 points in Republican primary”

  1. The ONLY thing that Haley’s candidacy has accomplished is shedding light on the need for the republican party to establish rules concerning who can claim to be a republican. Virtually everything Haley says or does establishes her credentials as a DEMOCRAT pretending to be a republican.
    This highlights a severe defect in the RNC that needs to be corrected, yesterday.

  2. William Bayer,

    But for Marxian Senator Ted Kennedy’s
    LIE—Nikki Haley would not be in America :

    Senator Edward M. Kennedy (D-MA)
    Commenting on the passage of his
    (( his Commie Handlers’ )) Immigration
    Act of 1965–His (broken) P R O M I S E :

    “Out of deference to the critics, I want to comment on … what the bill
    will not do. First, our cities will not be flooded with a million immigrants
    annually. Under the proposed bill, the present level of immigration
    remains substantially the same …
    —-Secondly, the ethnic
    —-mix of this country
    —-will not be upset … [[ my emphasis ]]
    Contrary to the charges in some quarters, S.500 will not inundate
    America with immigrants from any one country or area, or the most
    populated and economically deprived nations of Africa and Asia.
    In the final analysis, the ethnic pattern of immigration under the proposed
    measure is not expected to change as sharply as the critics seem to think.
    Thirdly, the bill will not permit the entry of subversive persons, criminals,
    illiterates, or those with contagious disease or serious mental illness. As I
    noted a moment ago, no immigrant visa will be issued to a person who is
    likely to become a public charge … the charges I have mentioned are
    highly emotional, irrational, and with little foundation in fact. They are out
    of line with the obligations of responsible citizenship. They breed hate of
    our heritage.” (Senate Part 1, Book 1, pp. 1-3)


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