In a state where early voting is vital, Nikki Haley is reducing Donald Trump's lead. Will it suffice?

support for the former governor of South Carolina and Republican nominee for president. 

A month before New Hampshire's first-ever presidential primary, Nikki Haley is all the rage there. 

Nearly one-third of Granite State voters who intend to vote in the Republican primary in New Hampshire named 

According to a poll conducted this week by Saint Anselm College, they supported Haley.

Saint Anselm's studies show that since September, Haley's support in the state has doubled. 

Additionally, she is 10 percentage points higher now than she was in a CNN/University of New Hampshire study conducted in November. 

Although she is now undoubtedly the second choice in the first primary state, the former governor still lags behind the former president, Donald Trump.

 The Saint Anselm survey, which was issued earlier this month, showed Trump leading Haley by 14 percentage points. 

and he leads all of his Republican opponents in both state- and nationally-level polling.

But Haley's growing popularity follows highly sought-after endorsements, such as that of the well-liked Republican governor of New Hampshire, Chris Sununu. 

With Sununu's support, Haley was able to emerge as the clear alternative to Trump. 

Saint Anselm College’s New Hampshire Institute of Politics Director Neil Levesque said in a summary of the recent survey results.

Neil Levesque, director of the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College, stated in an overview of the most recent poll findings.

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