NEWS ALERT: Iowa, New Hampshire primary polls show trouble for Trump over DeSantis in head-to-head matchup

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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) is leading former President Trump in a hypothetical head-to-head primary race in Iowa and tied in New Hampshire, according to new polls.

The polls, which were provided to Axios, found that 45 percent of Iowa respondents said they would vote for DeSantis, while 37 percent said they’d cast their vote for Trump.

Both DeSantis and Trump received 39 percent of support from respondents in a head-to-head primary election in New Hampshire.

According to the NH poll, 48 percent of voters said DeSantis was a more suitable candidate to defeat Biden in 2024, while only 46 percent selected Trump.

Fifty four percent of Iowa voters said DeSantis is the better candidate to take on Biden, compared to 44 percent who chose Trump.

According to the favorability ratings among Republicans, DeSantis scored 81 percent of Iowa voters, compared to 74 percent for Trump. However, 24 percent view Trump unfavorably compared to 11 percent for DeSantis.

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