- A November Monmouth University poll in New Hampshire shows Donald Trump leading in the early primary state
- Marco Rubio's support has risen to 13%, up from 4% in September
Trump is in the lead with 26% of the vote in the latest survey, 10 percentage points ahead of his closest competitor retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson. Rubio was in third place at 13%, but that's up from 4% from the last Monmouth New Hampshire poll in September. In contrast, both Carson and Trump dropped from September.
Rubio's favorability rating also rose since September, climbing from 50% to 62%, coming after a widely praised debate performance last week.
Right behind Rubio is Ohio Gov. John Kasich in fourth place with 11%.
Towards the end of October, Carson knocked Trump from his leading position in Iowa, with polls from Des Moines Register and Quinnipiac
showing the retired neurosurgeon ahead by 8 or 9 percentage points. A national poll from CBS News/New York Times
also found Carson leading nationally instead of the real estate mogul.
Carson's favorability rating has dropped 9 percentage points since the last Monmouth poll, down from 73% to 64%.
Jeb Bush's support is unchanged at 7%, behind Trump, Carson, Rubio, Kasich and Sen. Ted Cruz.
The Monmouth University poll surveyed 410 likely voters in New Hampshire's Republican primary between October 28 and November 1, with a margin of error of plus or minus 4.8 percentage points.