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January 28, 2016 4:45 am

New Poll Shows Jeb Bush Rising in New Hampshire

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The Week – Jeb Bush has risen to second place in New Hampshire, according to Emerson College Polling Society numbersreleased Wednesday. While Donald Trump still holds an impressive lead in the state with the support of 35 percent of Republican-leaning voters, Bush has 18 percent support, putting him in second place. Ohio Gov. John Kasich is the only other double-digit Republican, with 14 percent of support.

“Bush’s performance may have been helped by the heavy spending on attack ads by his Super PAC, Right to Rise USA,” one of Emerson’s analysts, Marion Kinosian, said in the release. Right to Rise has reportedly spent $12 million in New Hampshire alone.

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  • Bruce Rubin

    Things are looking good for Jeb. I hear he’s polling almost up to 3%!!!

    • ECBow

      The need to attack the only person in the race who speaks about policy is sad. Bush is not exciting or entertaining, I’ll give you that. But he is an authentic conservative and someone with a viable record of service, that I wish more voters would check. He can’t deliver a joke – just a balanced budget. He doesn’t mock the disabled – just fights for those without a voice. He still loves and respects his wife of 42 years – not trading her in for the next “hot” piece. I’ll bet money that he actually believes that captured tortured American soldiers are heroes and should be honored.

      Wow as I reread my words I can see why we wouldn’t want a man like Jeb Bush!

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