Ben Carson has overtaken Donald Trump in national polling for the first time since the businessman entered the race.

The retired neurosurgeon edged out Trump in a new CBS News/New York Times survey of Republican primary voters, released Tuesday.

Carson earned 26 percent of the vote, while Trump garnered 22 percent — within the margin of error of 6 percentage points.

Support for Carson has quadrupled in the poll since August.

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