4 in 10 GOP Voters Say They Could Change Their Minds in New Hampshire

by By RYAN STRUYK  |  published on February 9, 2016

A large chunk of the New Hampshire electorate says they’re still willing to change their allegiances — just a day before the primary.

More than four in 10 likely Republican primary voters in New Hampshire say they still could change their minds before tomorrow’s primary, according to new polls out yesterday and today. A CNN/WMUR/UNH poll shows that less than half of likely Republican voters say they have “definitely decided” who they’re going to vote for.

The GOP electorate is more fluid than the Democratic side. Roughly eight in 10 Democrats say that they have a firm choice in recent polling, with both candidates about equally firm in their support.

Donald Trump supporters also seem to be more firm in their choice. Even though 44 percent of likely Republican voters in New Hampshire say they could still change their choice in a UMass-Lowell poll out this morning, the same poll shows that three-quarters of Trump supporters have locked in their votes.

  • JC

    4 in 10 undecided voters—–I highly doubt that—this is a GOP establishment spin —- I know the voters in NH and they have pretty much made up their minds about who they are voting for—-so don’t fall for the Rino crap !!!!!

    • montana2298

      So come on JC…..do tell

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