New Hampshire’s storied first-in-the-nation primary is Tuesday, and it’s officially a two-candidate race on the Republican side. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis dropped out of the race Sunday, throwing his support behind former president Donald Trump.
The Boston Globe is following the final days of the New Hampshire Republican presidential primary campaign, releasing a daily tracking poll in partnership with Suffolk University and NBC10 Boston each morning at 5 a.m. on this page.
The poll, which is conducted among 500 likely New Hampshire Republican primary voters over two days, asks respondents whom they plan to vote for in the primary election, whether their mind is made up, and also asks whether their decision is motivated by support for a candidate or opposition to another candidate on the ballot.
The latest results show that with election day upon us, former president Donald Trump’s lead has widened: Trump has 60 percent support, while former UN ambassador Nikki Haley has 38 percent.
With the race down to two candidates, respondents polled on Monday were not asked about their second choice.
Explore the latest polling results from Jan. 23: