The Battleground: The Presidential Race in New Hampshire

Candidates Locked in Tight Race…Obama Edges McCain Among Likely Voters: With just eight days until Election Day, Senator Barack Obama and Senator John McCain are in a close contest for New Hampshire’s four electoral votes. Among registered voters in New Hampshire, Obama has 47% to 43% for McCain. Neither candidate has made significant inroads in the Granite State in the past month. Read the full post  Read More →

The Battleground: The Presidential Race in New Hampshire

With New Hampshire’s 4 electoral votes on the line, Senator Barack Obama has the support of 48% to 45% for Senator John McCain among New Hampshire’s registered voters. However, factor in New Hampshire’s likely voters, including those who are undecided yet leaning toward a candidate, and Barack Obama has a 6 percentage point edge over John McCain. Obama leads McCain 51% to 45%. Read entire post  Read More →

The New Hampshire Pre‐election Polls

January 9, 2008 by  
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So, what exactly happened last night in New Hampshire? Did Hillary Clinton have a stunning comeback in the closing hours of the campaign or were the pollsters and pundits alike just dead wrong all along? Well, for answers, we at the Marist Poll took a look at the numbers. Read the full post  Read More →

FINAL POLL: New Hampshire Presidential Primary

January 7, 2008 by  
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Barack Obama leads among likely Democratic primary voters in New Hampshire: After a decisive win in Iowa, Barack Obama is positioned to win the New Hampshire Democratic Presidential Primary. 36% of likely Democratic presidential primary voters including those currently leaning towards a candidate support Senator Obama followed by 28% for Senator Clinton and 22% for former Senator John Edwards. Read the full post  Read More →

Getting Dirty? New Hampshire Presidential Primary

December 9, 2007 by  
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Likely primary voters expect the worst is yet to come: Although many voters likely to vote in New Hampshire’s Democratic or Republican Primaries still think the candidates are discussing the issues, most voters think the campaigns will get more negative as primary day approaches. 61% of both likely Democratic primary voters and likely Republican primary voters think the candidates are mostly focused on the issues. However, 70% of likely Democratic primary voters and 66% of likely Republican primary voters think the tone of the campaign will get worse as primary day gets closer. Read the full... 

New Hampshire Presidential Primary

December 5, 2007 by  
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Hillary Clinton holds her own in New Hampshire among likely Democratic primary voters: After a considerable drop in support in last month’s poll, Hillary Clinton’s lead over her Democratic rivals for the 2008 New Hampshire Democratic Presidential Primary has steadied. Last month, Clinton saw her lead cut in half against her nearest competitor, Barack Obama. But, in this current poll, there is little difference between her support now and a month ago. In fact, the gap between the two top contenders is statistically unchanged. 37% of likely Democratic presidential primary voters currently support... 

New Hampshire Presidential Primary

November 11, 2007 by  
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Hillary Clinton’s lead narrows among likely Democratic primary voters: Hillary Clinton’s once commanding lead over her Democratic rivals for the 2008 New Hampshire Democratic Presidential Primary has been nearly halved. Last month, Clinton led her closest competitor, Barack Obama, by 21 percentage points. Now, the gap has narrowed to just 11 percentage points. 36% of likely Democratic presidential primary voters support Senator Clinton followed by 25% for Senator Obama. Former Senator John Edwards receives 14%. The remaining candidates, Governor Bill Richardson, Congressman Dennis Kucinich,... 

New Hampshire Presidential Primary

October 14, 2007 by  
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How the Democratic Field Shapes Up: Hillary Clinton has a wide lead over her Democratic rivals for the 2008 New Hampshire Democratic Presidential Primary. 41% of likely Democratic presidential primary voters support New York Senator Clinton followed by 20% for Senator Barack Obama. Former Senator John Edwards receives 11%. The other candidates, Governor Bill Richardson, Senator Joe Biden, Congressman Dennis Kucinich, Senator Chris Dodd, and former Senator Mike Gravel, all trail with single digit support. Read the full post  Read More →

New Hampshire Democratic Presidential Primary

January 27, 2004 by  
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Kerry leads the field: Massachusetts Senator John Kerry leads his rivals among likely voters for the New Hampshire Democratic primary in a two-day poll conducted Sunday and Monday. Including voters who are leaning towards a candidate, Kerry leads his closest opponent former Vermont Governor Howard Dean by 11 points. There is a statistical tie among the next three finishers, North Carolina Senator John Edwards, retired General Wesley Clark, and Connecticut Senator Joe Lieberman. Congressman Dennis Kucinich and Reverend Al Sharpton trail. Read the full post  Read More →

New Hampshire Democratic Presidential Primary

January 26, 2004 by  
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Kerry leads the field: Massachusetts Senator John Kerry leads among likely voters for the New Hampshire Democratic primary in a three-day poll conducted from Friday through Sunday. Including voters who are leaning towards a candidate, Kerry leads his closest rival former Vermont Governor Howard Dean by 13 points. Retired General Wesley Clark, North Carolina Senator John Edwards, and Connecticut Senator Joe Lieberman are in a statistical tie for third place. The other candidates, Congressman Dennis Kucinich and Reverend Al Sharpton trail. Read the full post  Read More →

New Hampshire Democratic Presidential Primary

September 25, 2003 by  
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How the Democratic Field Shapes Up: Former Vermont Governor Howard Dean leads the field of Democratic presidential candidates for the 2004 New Hampshire Democratic Presidential Primary with 35%. Senator John Kerry receives 22%, followed by General Wesley Clark with 11%.* The other candidates trail with single digits. Read the full post  Read More →

N.H. Democratic Primary: The Candidates and the Issues

December 9, 2002 by  
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Former Vice President Al Gore and Massachusetts Senator John Kerry are the early leaders for the 2004 New Hampshire Democratic Presidential Primary. Among registered Democrats and non-enrolled voters who express an interest in voting in the Democratic primary,* Al Gore receives 31% and John Kerry receives 28%. Read the full post  Read More →