A new Reuters poll released Tuesday night found 37 percent of Republicans support Donald Trump for president.
The Dec. 22 survey indicates voters support for Trump has grown in the past two weeks, potentially putting him back on track to match his mid-November peak at 43 percent.
Dr. Ben Carson and Sen. Ted Cruz tied for second place with 11 percent of GOP support.
Eight percent of respondents favored Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, followed by seven percent for former Gov. Jeb Bush and six percent who said they would not vote.
Chris Christie, Carly Fiorina, Mike Huckabee and Rick Santorum each received between three to six percent of the vote.
Rand Paul, John Kasich and George Pataki received two percent of support or less.