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POLL: Suffolk University New Hampshire Primary


Via The Page, a new 7NEWS-Suffolk University statewide survey of likely primary voters in New Hampshire (conducted 12/10 through 12/11) finds:

  • Among 300 Democrats, Sen. Hillary Clinton leads Sen. Barack Obama (33% to 26%) in a statewide primary; former Sen. John Edwards trails at 15%, Gov. Bill Richardson at 5%.
  • Among 300 Republicans, former Gov. Mitt Romney leads Sen. John McCain (31% to 19%) in a statewide primary; former Mayor Rudy Giuliani trails at 17%, former Gov. Mike Huckabee at 10%, Rep. Ron Paul at 5%.
  • All other candidates receive less than five percent each.

 

Comments
Chuck:

Please indicate that the MOE for this poll is 5.65%... so the Obama/Clinton difference is insignificant.

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Andrew:

All polls are insignificant, since in '04 the actual margin of error turned out to be about a million.

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Paul:

Giuliani behind McCain is a surprise. However. after McCain finishes 5th or worse in Iowa, any momentum he might have may stall. Assumes Giuliani loses badly in Iowa, if he were to finish 3rd in NH, his campaign could be in some trouble.

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Bruce P:

Eric, the news release for this poll says that the sampled populations are likely Democratic primary voters and likely Republican primary voters, not just Democrats and Republicans.

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