Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush holds a narrow lead over real estate developer Donald Trump in New Hampshire, the first state to hold a primary, according to a CNN/WMUR poll.
Trump currently has the support of 11 percent of the state's Republican voters to Bush's 16 percent. They are followed by Rand Paul at 9 percent, Scott Walker at 8 percent, Carly Fiorina and Marco Rubio at 6 percent each, and Ben Carson and Chris Christie each at 5 percent.
Trump seems to be seen as a leader on economic issues, CNN reports.
According to the poll, here are the voters' favorites on particular issues:
- Economy: Trump 19 percent, Bush 13 percent
- International trade: Trump 27, Bush 14
- Strongest leader: Trump 17, Bush 15
- Least likely to act like a politician: Trump 46
- Illegal immigration: Rick Perry 16, Trump and Bush 13, Rubio 11
- Most likely to win in November: Bush 37, Trump 7
- Embodies personal characteristics a president should have: Bush 19, Trump 8
- Would never support: Trump 23, Bush and Christie 10
The poll of 1,010 adult New Hampshire residents was conducted from June 18-24. Results among likely Republican primary voters have a margin of error of plus or minus 4.9 percentage points.
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