Donald Trump continues to surge in New Hampshire, with a new Public Policy Polling poll of Granite State voters putting the billionaire mouthpiece at 35 percent, well ahead of Ohio Gov. John Kasich, in second in New Hampshire at 11 percent.
Carly Fiorina was third at 10 percent, with one-time frontrunners Jeb Bush and Scott Walker lagging back at 7 percent.
Walker has been in a free-fall in New Hampshire, going from 24 percent in a PPP poll there in April to less than a third of that level of support in August.
Trump, meanwhile, has a net favorability rating at 56 percent seeing him favorably and 32 percent seeing him unfavorably.