Mitt Romney remains the top contender in New Hampshire even as Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul gain momentum with just ver two weeks until the first primary state's voters head to the ballot box, a Boston Globe
poll has found.
Romney receives 39 percent of the state’s likely Republican voters, a slight drop from a month ago of 3 percentage points.
Gingrich and Paul are tied with 17 percent each, just ahead of Jon Huntsman, who has the support of 11 percent of likely Republican voters.
But with the Jan. 10 contest looming, Paul has gained the most, the poll finds. His numbers jumped by 5 percentage points since November, while Huntsman rose 3 percentage points in the last month and Gingrich has gained 2.
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