A new shocking poll out of New Hampshire Tuesday morning shows Ohio Gov. John Kasich may suddenly be taking a turn for the better in the Granite State.
American Research Group's latest poll shows Kasich has vaulted from 14 percent to 20 percent in just one week. He still trails Donald Trump, whose support also rose, from 25 to 27 percent, in the past seven days.
The poll was submitted without analysis, but shows all the other candidates near the top of the field in New Hampshire have lost ground since last week's televised debate on FOX Business Network.
Currently, Trump and Kasich are followed by Marco Rubio at 10 percent and Ted Cruz and Chris Christie at 9 percent each. Jeb Bush is at 8 percent, followed by Rand Paul at 5 percent. Ben Carson has fallen to just 2 percent.
The AGR poll also found that when factoring only those voters who will "definitely" vote in the Feb. 8 New Hampshire Primary as Republicans, the gap between Trump and Kasich narrows substantially. Trump still leads, 24-22, but his lead is well within the poll's 4-point margin of error.
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