Just days away from the New Hampshire primary election, a new American Research Group poll shows John Kasich in second place among likely New Hampshire primary voters.

The poll was taken Feb. 4-5 and shows John Kasich taking 17 percent of the vote, 8 points ahead of Ted Cruz, 9 points ahead of Jeb Bush and 12 points ahead of Chris Christie.

See the poll results here.

It is the eleventh poll since January 7 showing Kasich running second in New Hampshire:

American Research Group, Jan 29-31, Trump 34%, Kasich 16%, Rubio 11%, Cruz 10%, Bush 9%, Christie 6%

Suffolk, Jan 28, Trump 27%, Kasich/Cruz 12%, Bush 11%, Rubio 10%,

Christie 6%

American Research Group, Jan 23-25, Trump 31%, Kasich 17%, Cruz 12%, Rubio 9%, Christie/Bush 8%

WBUR, Jan 21: Trump 26%, Kasich 15%, Cruz 15%, Bush 10%, Rubio 7%,

OANN/Gravis Marketing: Jan 15-18: Trump 35%, Kasich 15%, Cruz 10%, Rubio 9%, Christie 8%, Bush 7%

American Research Group, Jan 15-18: Trump 27%, Kasich 20%, Rubio 10%, Cruz/Christie 9%, Bush 8%

Overtime Politics, Jan 14: Trump 30%, Kasich 15%, Rubio 13%, Christie 9%, Cruz 9%, Bush 6%

Monmouth, Jan. 7-10: Trump 32%, Kasich/Cruz 14%, Rubio 12%, Christie 8%, Fiorina 5%, Bush/Paul 4%

American Research Group, Jan 7-10, Trump 25%, Kasich/Rubio 14%, Christie 10%, Bush 8%, Cruz 9%

NH1, Jan 9: Trump 32%, Kasich/Bush 12%, Christie 11%, Cruz 10%, Rubio 9%