Four new polls taken since Donald Trump’s Iowa loss have now come out.
They don’t really show Trump taking much of hit yet in New Hampshire, if you do poll-to-poll comparisons.
ARG, for example, had Trump at 34 percent just before Iowa and 36 percent after. The CNN/WMUR poll has Trump as 29 percent now, just a 1 percent drop from its last late-January poll of 30 percent. The NBC/WSJ/Marist poll has Trump at 30 percent, a one percent drop from its last mid-January poll of 31 percent.
Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz have both gotten boosts from their Iowa performance, with Rubio’s boost bigger than Cruz’s.
CNN/WMUR shows the biggest Rubio boost, from 11 percent to 18 percent. NBC/WSJ/Marist shows a similar jump from 11 percent to 17 percent.
Right now, the New Hampshire race looks like Trump’s to lose, with Rubio finishing second.
Maggie Gallagher is a senior fellow at the American Principles Project.