Big govt, Elections, Politics

NH Voters Demand Trump Challenger in 2020

Although 46 percent of New Hampshire residents say the economy is better under President Trump than Obama, the same poll reveals that 40 percent of Republicans consider a Trump challenger to be “a good thing” for the state’s 2020 primary. President Trump handily won the Granite State in the 2016 GOP primary by 35.3 percent in a very crowded field. Whether this gives energy to rumors of a primary challenger remains to be seen. Meanwhile, Democrats may have the widen primary field in the history of union with over 30 potential candidates indicating interest. Read more…

Here’s more from Hot Air…

A new pre-midterm poll just out in New Hampshire finds almost half of respondents (46 percent) say the economy is better today under President Trump than the last guy to hold that office.

However, a whopping majority of New Hampshire voters — and fully 40 percent of Republicans — say it would “be a good thing” if at least one other Republican challenged Trump in the state’s 2020 primary.

New Hampshire voters are often an ornery sort and their votes only matter early each presidential election year. But this could represent a worrisome omen for the incumbent president, who easily won the Granite State GOP primary in 2016.

You probably remember all these precise numbers. But just in case, Trump took more than a third of the 2016 vote (35.2 percent) in the crowded GOP primary there followed by John Kasich (15.7), Ted Cruz (11.6), Jeb Bush (11), Marco Rubio (10.5) and Chris Christie (7.4).

You Might Also Like