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POLL: Research 2000 New Hampshire Primary


A new Research 2000 statewide survey (primary results, senate results) of likely voters in New Hampshire (conducted 7/9 through 7/11 for The Concord Monitor) finds:

  • Among 400 Democrats, Sen. Hillary Clinton edges out Sen. Barack Obama (27% to 23%) in a statewide primary; former V.P. Al Gore trails at 14%, former Sen. John Edwards at 10%. With Gore excluded, Clinton leads Obama 33% to 25%.
  • Among 400 Republicans, former Gov. Mitt Romney leads former Mayor Rudy Giuliani (28% to 21%) in a statewide primary; Sen. John McCain trails at 18%, former Sen. Fred Thompson at 11%. When Thompson is excluded, Romney runs at 29%, McCain at 23%, and Giuliani at 22%.
  • Among 600 likely general election voters, former Gov. Jeanne Shaheen leads Sen. John Sununu (56% to 34%) in a hypothetical senatorial match-up.

View ALL New Hampshire Primary poll data from Pollster.com:

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Comments
Paul:

McCain says his strategy is to go big in NH. Well this poll has him 2nd or 3rd, depending on candidacy of Thompson. Again, McCain's numbers are not looking good.

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