Friday, February 5, 2016

The first polls since the Iowa caucuses have officially been released, and they haven’t come as good news to GOP frontrunner Donald Trump.

Though Trump still has a commanding lead, he has slipped two points since losing the caucus, going from 38% to 36%. According to Allen B West, Trump’s top rivals Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio have each gained in popularity since the caucus. While Cruz went from 12% to 14%, Rubio made a huge leap from 8% to 15%.

Perhaps the most significant part of this latest poll is the fact that 41% of New Hampshire voters say they could still change their minds.

Unfortunately, it looks like Trump may be in a bit of a slump after losing the caucus. Find out more about this in the video below this story. Do you think The Donald can come back from this? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.

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