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Thursday, February 5, 2015

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Walker polls well in New Hampshire, North Carolina and Ohio

Read below for details on individual polls that had Walker leading in two states and second in another:

-- A new NH1 Pulse Poll found Walker leading the GOP pack in New Hampshire, home to the first presidential primary next year.

The automated poll had Walker backed by 21.2 percent of of those who said they were likely to vote in the GOP primary next year, while Jeb Bush was at 14.4 percent.

See more on the survey: http://www.nh1.com/news/nh1-pulse-poll-walker-surges-to-top-with-romneys-exit-bush-second/

-- In North Carolina, Walker was tied with Ben Carson and Bush at 14 percent apiece among GOP primary voters.

PPP, a Dem firm, said it was the first time it's found Walker in the lead pack among GOP candidates for 2016. He was also still relatively unknown in North Carolina with 41 percent of Republicans and 49 percent of the state having no opinion of him.

Bush and Carson were tied with Dem Hillary Clinton in hypothetical head-to-head matchups, while Walker trailed her by 2 percentage points, 46-44.

See more: http://www.publicpolicypolling.com/pdf/2014/PPP_Release_NC_20415.pdf

-- Walker finished behind the Ohio guv in a new Quinnipiac University survey of presidential primary votes in the Buckeye State, Florida and Pennsylvania.

In the Quinnipiac Ohio poll, Gov. John Kasich topped the GOP field with 14 percent of the vote, followed by Walker at 11 percent.

But Walker failed to crack double digits in either Florida, where Bush was favored by 32 percent, or Pennsylvania, where Bush was at 12 percent, Chris Christie 11 and Mike Huckabee 10.

Walker was at 9 percent in Florida and 6 percent in Pennsylvania.

See more on the Quinnipiac polls: http://bit.ly/1ApjBho

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