Poll: NH's GOP Voters 75.4% for Trump, 18.8% for Romney

By Michael W. Chapman | January 28, 2019 | 1:13 PM EST

Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah)
and President Donald Trump.

(CNSNews.com) -- A new poll in New Hampshire shows that if the Republican Party primary were held today, 75.4% of registered Republicans would vote for President Donald Trump and 18.8% of the GOP voters would back Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah).

When undeclared voters are put in the equation, the numbers shift to 58.6% for Trump and 27.6% for Romney. 

In the survey of 593 registered voters in New Hampshire, the voters were asked, "If the Republican primary for President were being held today, and the candidates were Donald Trump and Mitt Romney, for whom would you vote? [Asked only to Republican and Undeclared respondents]."

(IVR polling)

For registered Republicans, 75.4% said Trump, 18.8% said Romney. (5.8% said they were unsure.)

With the Undeclared voters, however, 22.6% said Trump and 45.2% said Romney. (32.3% said they were unsure.)

For registered Democrats, the survey asked them, "Which of the following do you believe best represents the Democratic Party today?" Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) got the highest support with 43.9% of voters; socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez got 34% of voters; and Hillary Clinton came in third with 22.1%. 

(IVR polling.)

If the election were held today, the survey found that Donald Trump would lose in New Hampshire to either Warren (53% to 41%), Bernie Sanders (54% to 40%), or Beto O'Rourke (47% to 40%).

The statewide survey, conducted by IVR, had a marigin of error of +/- 4 percentage points.

Michael W. Chapman
Michael W. Chapman
Michael W. Chapman

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