A Rasmussen Reports poll Tuesday shows Texas Congressman Ron Paul doing well in New Hampshire.

Paul is in 3rd with 14 percent support of those polled. He’s 20 points behind Mitt Romney at 34 percent. Newt Gingrich is in second with 24 percent.

In a statement, Paul’s campaign says the poll further solidifies his position at the top of the field in the Granite State.

"The latest poll results show Ron Paul as a solid choice in New Hampshire and a refreshing voice against the status quo," writes Ron Paul 2012 National Campaign Chairman Jesse Benton. "The American people, and the people of New Hampshire, are paying attention and are ready for a candidate with the conviction to bring about real change."

Gov. Perry’s struggles continue. He has only 2 percent support in Tuesday’s poll. He’s ahead of only Rick Santorum who has 1 percent support. Six percent say they are still undecided.