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Clinton, Romney Still Ahead In More New Hampshire Polls

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– A new poll of 1,343 likely primary voters taken Nov. 28 to Dec. 2 by the Marist College Institute for Public Opinion shows HillaryClinton leading Barack Obama, 37 to 23 percent, with John Edwards at 18 percent and no other candidate in double digits. The poll also shows Mitt Romney, with 29 percent, leading John McCain and Rudy Giuliani, now tied with 17 percent each. Mike Huckabee, for the first time in a Marist poll, breaks into double digits with 11 percent.

– An ABC News/Washington Post poll will show Romney leading a second-place McCain, 37 to 20 percent with 16 percent for Giuliani and 9 percent for Huckabee.

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