Clinton and Sanders now enjoy identical net favorability ratings among Democratic primary voters. These findings are based on the latest CNN/WMUR New Hampshire Primary Poll, conducted by the University of New Hampshire Survey Center.
This is based on results of a survey conducted with 1,010 randomly selected New Hampshire adults, interviewed by landline and cellular telephone between June 18 and June 24, 2015. Included were 360 likely 2016 Democratic Primary voters 402 likely 2016 Republican Primary voters.
NH Voters Not Yet Engaged
2016 is the 100th anniversary of the New Hampshire Presidential Primary, and with more than six months remaining before the election, most voters have not yet engaged. Candidates who are the early identified frontrunners have usually won past New Hampshire primaries. New Hampshire primary voters typically decide who they will vote for in the last weeks, or days of the campaign and it is no surprise that few voters have made up their minds about who they will support in 2016. Currently, only 20 percent of likely Democratic primary voters say they have definitely decided who they will support; 26 percent are leaning toward a candidate, but the majority of voters (54 percent) are still trying to decide who to support.
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