Clinton’s Lead In New Hampshire Shrinks
A new Washington Post/ABC News poll shows that Hillary Clinton’s once formidable lead over Barack Obama in New Hampshire has shrank to single digits. This poll combined with the recent polls showing that Barack has pulled ahead in Iowa show that the momentum is all on Barack’s side.
Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton’s lead over rival Barack Obama in New Hampshire has narrowed to single digits a month before the state’s primary election, said a poll released on Wednesday.
The Washington Post/ABC News poll showed the U.S. senator from New York leading Obama 35 percent to 29 percent in the race for New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation primary on January 8. The survey had a 4 percentage point error margin.
Former North Carolina Sen. John Edwards was in third place with 17 percent, followed by New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson at 10 percent.