Saturday, February 6, 2016

Day 6: New Hampshire primary tracking poll shows no candidates with any momentum

 Source: UMass-Lowell

5-day changes in responses to "Would you definitely vote for [name of candidate] in the New Hampshire Presidential primary?"  (+ or - percentage points)
  • +29 | Ben Carson 
  • +16 | Jeb Bush
  •   +8 | Chris Christie
  •   +6 | Donald Trump
  •   +2 | Mario Rubio
  •    -4 | Ted Cruz
  •    -8 | John Kasich

The definitive outlook of Carson's small group of voters  is not likely to affect next Tuesday's outcome.  He's currently polling at 3%.   His RCP average is 3.3%.

Meanwhile, Carson has jumped on the "I'm appalled at Ted Cruz" bandwagon.

Some of us have been appalled from the start of Cruz's always self-serving political career.

Recent related posts:
Day 5: New Hampshire Republican Presidential primary tracking poll.  (2/5/2016)
Trump continues to rule in New Hampshire, but his kingdom appears increasingly vulnerable.  (2/5/2016)
If I were Donald Trump, I'd be shittin' my britches right about now.  (2/4/2016)
Trump still on top in New Hampshire; Rubio, Cruz slowly gain momentum.  (2/4/2016)
Day 4: New Hampshire Republican Presidential primary tracking poll.  (2/4/2016)
It's a topsy-turvy world below Trump in the New Hampshire Presidential primary polls.  (2/3/2016)
Trump kicks Cruz butt.  (2/2/2016)
Even though all eyes are on Iowa today, New Hampshire polls keep rolling in.  (2/1/2016)
The first 2 of what's likely to be a blizzard of polls before the Feb 9 New Hampshire primary.  (2/1/2016)
Jeb Bush New Hampshire poll numbers: What goes up must come down.  (1/28/2016)
Hampton, we have an outlier; Bush at 18% in latest New Hampshire Republican primary poll.  (1/27/2016)
Donald Trump remains untouchable in New Hampshire.  (1/25/2016)
New Hampshire and the "lamentations of the 68 Percent".  (1/24/2016)
Little engine malfunction? Kasich drops 14 points in a single day in New Hampshire Republican Presidential primary polls.  (1/21/2016)

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