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POLL: CNN New Hampshire Dem Primary


A new CNN/WMUR statewide survey (story, results) of 307 likely Democratic primary voters in New Hampshire (conducted 9/17 through 9/24 by the University of New Hampshire Survey Center) finds:

  • Sen. Hillary Clinton leads Sen. Barack Obama (41% to 19%) in a statewide primary; former Sen. John Edwards trails at 11%, former V.P. Al Gore at 7%, Gov. Bill Richardson at 6%. Without Gore, Clinton runs at 43%, Obama at 20%, Edwards at 12%, Richardson at 6%. All other candidates receive less than five percent each.
  • 17% say they have "definitely decided" who they will vote for, 28% say they are "leaning toward someone" and 55% say they are "still trying to decide."
  • 93% are satisfied with the field of Democratic candidates; 8% are not satisfied.

Update: Full results are now available from University of New Hampshire.

 

Comments
Paul:

As it stands right now, if this is a Clinton - Obama contest (forgetting Edwards and Richardson for the sake of argument), given that Obama at best runs tied to Clinton in Iowa, and is behind in NH, SC, NV, MI and FL, it is difficult to forecast any scenario, other than a Clinton fiasco, which results in Obama heading into the February 5 primaries in good shape.

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