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POLL: CNN/WMUR/UNH New Hampshire GOP Primary


A new CNN/WMUR/UNH statewide survey (story, results) of 793 likely primary voters in New Hampshire (conducted 11/14 through 11/18) finds:

  • Among 404 Republicans and those who lean Republican, former Gov. Mitt Romeny leads Sen. John McCain (33% to 18%) in a statewide primary; former Mayor Rudy Giuliani trails at 16%, Rep. Ron Paul at 8%, former Gov. Mike Huckabee at 5%. All other candidates receive less than five percent each.
  • 14% have "definitely decided" who they will vote for in the primary; 29% are "leaning toward someone," and 56% "are still trying to decide."

 

Comments
Paul:

I see two stories here. First, Romney has taken control. Second, Thompson has disappeared. If Romney wins big in both Iowa and New Hampshire, I think the national dialogue would quickly change.

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A Romney win in NH is less interesting than an Iowa win. It's his backyard, and CW suggests that he should win by double digits. Still, if he wins both Iowa and NH, it's going to be hard to stop him...no Republican has won two of Iowa/NH/SC in the modern primary process and lost the nomination.

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davenp35:

Mitt's the man!

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