POLLS

Sanders, Trump Lead New Hamsphire in NBC/WSJ, CNN/WMUR Polls

Trump still leads nationally in Quinnipiac poll.

Feb. 5, 2016, 8:09 a.m.

Real es­tate mogul Don­ald Trump (R) and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) hold their leads in their re­spect­ive New Hamp­shire primar­ies in two new polls. In the NBC News/Wall Steet Journ­al/Mar­ist poll, Trump leads the Re­pub­lic­an field (Feb. 2-3; 653 Re­pub­lic­an LVs; +/- 3.8%) with 30% of the vote. Sen. Marco Ru­bio (R-FL) has 17%, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) has 15%, Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R) has 10%, and former Flor­ida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) has 9%, the last can­did­ate at or above 5%. (NBC News)

On the Demo­crat­ic side (567 Demo­crat­ic LVs; +/- 4.1%), Sanders leads former Sec­ret­ary of State Hil­lary Clin­ton (D) 58% to 38%. (NBC News)

A CNN/WMUR/Uni­versity of New Hamp­shire poll also has Trump lead­ing the Re­pub­lic­an nom­in­a­tion (Feb. 2-4; 209 LVs; +/- 6.8%). Trump has 29% to Ru­bio’s 18%. Cruz has 13%, Kasich has 12%, and Bush has 10%, the last can­did­ate in double di­gits. (CNN)

For the Demo­crats (228 Demo­crat­ic LVs; +/- 6.5%), Sanders leads Clin­ton 61% to 30%. (re­lease)

NA­TION­ALLY. Trump and Clin­ton still leads their races na­tion­ally, in a poll by Quin­nipi­ac Uni­versity. For the Re­pub­lic­ans (Feb. 2-4; 507 Re­pub­lic­an RVs; +/- 4.4%), Trump leads with 31%, fol­lowed by Cruz’s 22% and Ru­bio’s 19%. Re­tired neurosur­geon Ben Car­son (R) is a dis­tant fourth with 6%, the last can­did­ate at or above 5%.

For the Demo­crats (484 Demo­crat­ic RVs; +/- 4.5%), Clin­ton has a sight edge over Sanders, 44% to his 42%.

In head-to-heads (1125 RVs; +/- 2.9%), Clin­ton beats Trump 46%-41%, ties Cruz 45%-45%, and loses to Ru­bio 41%-48%.

Sanders would beat Trump 49%-39%, beat Cruz 46%-42%, and tie Ru­bio 43%-43%.

If former New York City May­or Mi­chael Bloomberg (I) entered the race as an in­de­pend­ent, Trump would beat Sanders and Bloomberg 36%-35%-15%.

In a race between Sanders, Cruz, and Bloomberg, Sanders comes out ahead with 37%, com­pared to Cruz’s 36% and Bloomberg’s 15%. (re­lease)

What We're Following See More »
REFUSED DHS JOB
Rick Perry May Be the Next Cabinet Secretary to Go
5 hours ago
THE LATEST

"Energy Secretary Rick Perry is planning to leave the Trump administration and is finalizing the terms and timing of his departure, according to two people familiar with his plans. While Perry’s exit isn’t imminent and one person familiar with the matter said the former Texas governor still hasn’t fully made up his mind, three people said he has been seriously considering his departure for weeks." Earlier, he declined to take over the Homeland Security Department.

Source:
POSTED ONLINE
The Report Is Here
5 hours ago
THE LATEST
WOULD INCLUDE VAPING
McConnell Wants to Raise Tobacco Purchase Age to 21
5 hours ago
THE LATEST
BARR IS OK WITH MUELLER TESTIFYING
Nadler Asks Mueller to Testify By May 23
6 hours ago
THE LATEST
Barr OK With Mueller Testifying
6 hours ago
THE LATEST
×
×

Welcome to National Journal!

You are currently accessing National Journal from IP access. Please login to access this feature. If you have any questions, please contact your Dedicated Advisor.

Login