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Poll: Clinton Overtakes Sanders in New Hampshire

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By    |   Tuesday, 20 Oct 2015 05:22 PM

Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton has overtaken Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders in the latest poll of New Hampshire voters.

Public Policy Polling
results from the poll released Tuesday:
  • Hillary Clinton: 41 percent
  • Bernie Sanders: 33 percent
  • Joe Biden: 11 percent
  • Martin O'Malley: 4 percent
  • Lincoln Chaffee: 2 percent
  • Jim Webb: 2 percent
Vice President Joe Biden has not entered the race, though it is widely speculated he is considering getting in soon. Webb, the former U.S. senator from Virginia, dropped out of the Democratic race on Tuesday and may be considering an independent run.

Clinton's numbers have risen 6 percent in the PPP poll since August while Sanders' have dropped 9 percent, when he led in his neighboring state with the nation's first primary after the Iowa caucuses.

On the Republican side, Donald Trump still leads the pack in New Hampshire.
  • Donald Trump: 28 percent
  • Marco Rubio: 12 percent
  • Ben Carson: 11 percent
  • John Kasich: 10 percent
  • Jeb Bush: 9 percent
  • Ted Cruz: 8 percent
  • Carly Fiorina: 7 percent
  • Rand Paul: 4 percent
  • Chris Christie: 3 percent
  • Rick Santorum: 2 percent
  • Lindsey Graham: 1 percent
  • Mike Huckabee: 1 percent
  • Bobby Jindal: 1 percent
  • George Pataki: 1 percent
  • Jim Gilmore: less than 1 percent
The poll surveyed 417 usual Republican primary voters and 393 usual Democratic primary voters October 16-18. The margin of error for the Republicans is +/-4.8 percent and for the Democrats it's +/-4.9 percent.

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Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton has overtaken Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders in the latest poll of New Hampshire voters.
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