Former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley has steadily made steady gains in the polls in the past few months in the GOP presidential race.

Now, she has surpassed Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) for second place in New Hampshire, according to a recent poll.

Haley has exited the single digits after hitting 10% in late August. She finally surpassed DeSantis with 14.7%, according to most recent November polls.

Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie remains in the 9%, while entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy went up in the poll to 7% from 5% in the previous poll.

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Former President Donald Trump continues to lead with 43.7% support.

Haley commented on Trump in a recent CNBC interview.

“I do think he was the right president at the right time, I don’t think he’s the right president going forward,” she said. “Why? Think about it: chaos follows him, everywhere he goes, chaos follows him, and at a time when we need to start getting our act together, do we really want to go that route?”

Haley also recently ranked second in Iowa and South Carolina polls.

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