The latest Monmouth University poll of New Hampshire voters show that President Donald Trump is still leading among Republicans with a commanding 34-point lead over other top GOP contenders in the state. In addition, former South Carolina governor Nikki Haley has seen an impressive 13-point surge in support from the previous poll, vaulting her into third place with 11 percent of the vote. The Monmouth poll surveyed 400 likely Republican primary voters in New Hampshire between August 3 and 8. Trump remains the clear front-runner with support from 54 percent of the electorate, up from the 50 percent share that he held in the previous poll, conducted in April. Despite his comfortable lead, the latest survey shows that Trump’s rivals are gaining ground in the race. Haley, who has not yet entered the race, has seen a surge in support, up from 5 to 11 percent. She is now tied with Ohio Governor John Kasich and Republican Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky for third place. The poll also shows that other potential Republican candidates, including former Florida governor Jeb Bush and Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, have seen their level of support in New Hampshire decline since April. Bush fell from 17 to 9 percent, while Walker dropped from 13 to 7 percent. The latest poll results are a reminder of the fluid nature of early-state politics and that the Republican presidential field is still wide open. Despite Trump’s strong showing in New Hampshire, the poll results suggest that no candidate is a shoe-in for the nomination, and that Haley’s recent surge in the polls could yield new leadership at the top for the Republican candidates.