Former New Hampshire Gov. John H. Sununu said he's having a hard time reading his fellow Granite Staters' views on the GOP presidential field even one day before the first-in-the-nation primary.
"I've never seen an electorate that is so difficult to read," Sununu said Monday on Fox News Channel's "Your World with Neil Cavuto."
"I really think that about a third of this electorate will line up tomorrow and make up their mind as they're walking to the box to cast their vote."
Voters are "really struggling" with the Republican field, Sununu said.
Cavuto said he has talked to people who say they are trying to decide between Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, running as a Democrat, and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, a Republican. Others say it's between businessman Donald Trump and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush.
"I'm thinking, there's a chasm between those choices," Cavuto said.
"That's what makes it so odd," Sununu agreed.
The former governor and chief of staff to President George H.W. Bush said he expects up to four candidates to emerge viable after Tuesday's votes are tallied.
"Second place will at least include Bush and [Ohio Gov. John] Kasich, maybe [Florida Sen. Marco] Rubio," Sununu said. "And if Gov. Christie makes that, that's the four with Trump going out."
If former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg decides to run as an independent he could win New York, taking votes from both the Republican and Democratic nominees, he said.
"If he wins 31 electoral votes, maybe nobody gets 270," Sununu aid. "And maybe it goes to the House of Representatives, one vote per state. You may end up with President [Paul] Ryan."
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