Haley 7 points ahead of DeSantis in Iowa: Survey

In a recent poll conducted among likely Iowa caucus-goers, Republican White House Candidate Nikki Haley beats Ron DeSantis’s GOP opponent by 7 points.

Suffolk University Political Research Center released a poll on Thursday that showed Haley receiving 20 percent support, and DeSantis getting 13 percent.

The former president Trump maintained his lead in the poll, with 54 per cent of likely caucus-goers supporting him.

No other candidate reached double figures.

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Haley and DeSantis are fighting it out in Iowa where the polls show they’re battling to finish second.

Haley, a former South Carolina governor who served under Trump as United Nations Ambassador, faced off against DeSantis during a final one-on-one discussion in Des Moines on Wednesday night.

DeSantis attacked Haley on a variety of issues during the debate in an attempt to lessen her influence going into the primary. The two sparred on issues like abortion, foreign policy, and spending.

Haley, a DeSantis critic, said: “The best way for you to judge a candidate’s character is by how they manage their campaign.” “He’s blown $150 million.” “I don’t know how you manage that.”

“He has no proof of his efforts.” He spent more on his private planes than on ads to convince Iowans to support him. She added, “If you can’t run a campaign how will you manage a nation?”

Trump opted to skip the CNN debate in favor of his own Fox News town hall, which was held elsewhere in Des Moines.

Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie dropped out of the GOP primary, which was widely seen to help Haley’s campaign, particularly in New Hampshire. Granite State’s primary is held on Jan. 23. Polls show that the race there is more tight, but Trump still has a slight lead.

Christie said on a microphone that Haley was “going to get smoked” when it comes to the Trump race, just moments before he announced to his supporters in New Hampshire that he would suspend his campaign.

“I mean, look at her, she has spent about $68 [million] so far on TV. She’s already spent $68 millions — DeSantis has spent $59 million and we have spent $12 [million]. Christie is heard in the audio saying, “I mean, who’s putting their money where their mouth is and who’s seeing a return?” “And she is gonna be smoked. You and I know it. “She’s not going to do this.”

According to a Suffolk University Political Research Center survey, Christie had received 2 percent of the vote in Iowa when he left, while Vivek Ramaswamy, an entrepreneur, earned 6 percent.

The survey was conducted between Jan. 6-10, and the margin of error is 4.4 percentage points.