Ohio Gov. John Kasich is the only candidate showing an increase from Wednesday to Thursday in two tracking polls in New Hampshire.
Kasich has fallen to fourth place in the RealClearPolictics.com average, but he also appears to have positive momentum.
Breaking: Here's the latest Kasich campaign ad (not to be confused with Super PAC New Day for America's campaign ad).
In both the University of Massachusetts poll and the American Research Group poll, Kasich had a 1-point rise from Wednesday to Thursday.
The other two "governors", Jeb Bush of Florida and Chris Christie of New Jersey, and Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas stayed unchanged in both polls.
Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida went up in one poll and stayed the same in the other.
Donald Trump, the only never-elected candidate in the race, was the only candidate to go up in one and down in the other.
These numbers are typically based on samples of fewer than 500 people, so we shouldn't read too much into a single day's numbers. But if Kasich doesn't maintain the upward momentum he's headed for a fourth-place finish, which is a poor "springboard" for South Carolina and Nevada.