Eric Dienstfrey | March 14, 2007
- Sen. Hillary Clinton (at 32%) runs within the margin of sampling error of Sen. Barack Obama (25%) in a statewide primary; former Sen. John Edwards and former V.P. Al Gore trail with 16% and 10% respectively.
- Without Gore running, Clinton would get 35%, Obama would get 26%, and Edwards would get 18%.
- More than 70% of likely New Hampshire primary voters have favorable opinions of Clinton, Obama, Edwards, and Gore.