For the first time since July, Republican front-runner Donald Trump is no longer the front-runner, at least according to a just-released national poll from the New York Times/CBS. It’s Ben Carson in first at 26%, followed by Trump at 22%:

We’re seeing a lot of Trump supporters bashing the poll, but this might be a problem as Trump has been a fan of CBS polls in the past and talked up the network’s polling two days ago:

But we will point out that it’s still too early for Carson/Rubio/Bush/Fiorina/Cruz/everyone else to do a victory dance. Trump is still up by almost 5% in the RealClearPolitics national poll average: