A New Hampshire poll out Wednesday shows that Michele Bachmann has quickly risen to the second place position among fellow Republican candidates, reports The Hill.
Bachmann garnered 11 percent of the vote New Hampshire Republican vote, up drastically from her 3 percent in early May.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney still leads the GOP field with 36 percent voter support in the Granite State.
Pawlenty, along with Texas Gov. Rick Perry and Herman Cain gathered only two percent of Republican voters in the poll, while Rep. Ron Paul was at eight percent, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani at five percent, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin and former Abassador to China Jon Huntsman at four percent.
Twenty-one percent of those polled remain undecided. The poll has a 4.9 percent margin of error.
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