Granite State Poll results show tight races, fewer undecided voters

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NH Democratic Gov. Maggie Hassan, left, and Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-NH, who are vying for a NH Senate Seat in 2016.
NH Democratic Gov. Maggie Hassan, left, and Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-NH, who are vying for a NH Senate Seat in 2016.

DURHAM, NH – Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump in the race for New Hampshire’s four electoral votes in the final Granite State Poll. Maggie Hassan has a small lead over incumbent Sen. Kelly Ayotte, although her lead is within the poll’s margin of error. Colin Van Ostern leads Chris Sununu in the race for governor, although a third of the electorate has not definitely decided whom they will vote for.

For complete press release and detailed tabular results, click here.

Congressman Frank Guinta and former Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter are in a close race in New Hampshire’s First Congressional District. Second District Congresswoman Ann Kuster holds a wide lead over Republican challenger Jim Lawrence. Democrats are positioned to gain control of the New Hampshire State House and State Senate.

For complete press release and detailed tabular results, click here.

These findings are based on the latest Granite State Poll by the University of New Hampshire Survey Center in which 707 randomly selected New Hampshire likely voters were interviewed by landline and cellular telephone between November 3 and November 6, 2016. The margin of sampling error for the survey is +/- 3.7 percent. Included were subsamples of 349 likely voters from the First Congressional District (+/- 5.2% MSE) and 358 likely voters from the Second Congressional District (+/- 5.3% MSE).


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