Rubio is now in second place in the Granite State, according to two recent polls from CNN/WMUR/UNH and University of Massachusetts Lowell, conducted after Monday's Iowa caucuses.
In a University of Massachusetts-Lowell tracking poll released this morning, Trump sat on top of the pack with 36 percent support, but Rubio had 15 percent support -- up from 8 percent in the same poll released on Monday.
Trump garners 29 percent support in a CNN/WMUR/UNH poll also released with Rubio gaining 7 percentage points since the caucuses to hit 18 percent. Cruz, in third place with 13 percent, didn't get any kind of a bump despite his Iowa win. The margin of error for the poll was 6.8 percent.