There was a two-week lull in which there was very little new 2016 polling available, but with the holiday season behind us, new numbers are starting to appear.
Public Policy Polling, for example, released new results out of New Hampshire this afternoon:
1. Donald Trump: 29% (up from 27% a month ago)
2. Marco Rubio: 15% (up from 11%)
3. Christie 11: (up from 10%)
3. Kasich 11: (up from 8%)
5. Bush 10: (up from 5%)
5. Cruz 10: (down from 13%)
The remaining candidates are each below 5%, including Ben Carson, who's support has been cut nearly in half over the last month.
There's quite a bit to chew on here, including this little tidbit: this is the first time in the entire election cycle in which a New Hampshire poll -- any New Hampshire poll -- has shown six different candidates reaching double-digit support.
To an important degree, this helps Trump a great deal: the more establishment-backed Republicans remain divided, the easier it is for the New York developer to stay on top.