DURHAM, NH — Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders continues to lead former Secretary of STate Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire, and most democrats think Sanders will win the New Hampshire Primary. However, one-third of Democrats say they have not definitely decided who they will support in Tuesday’s election.
These findings are based on the latest CNN/WMUR New Hampshire Primary poll conducted by the University of New Hampshire Survey Center, in which 751 randomly selected New Hampshire adults were interviewed via landline and cell phone between Feb. 2-4. Margin of error is +/- 3.6 percent for the sample. Included were 287 likely 2016 Republican primary voters and 312 likely 2016 Democratic primary voters.
On the Republican side, Donald Trump has maintained the lead in the New Hampshire Primary race and most Republican primary voters think he will win the primary. But Trump remains a divisive candidate within the party as he is also the candidate that New Hampshire Republicans say they are least likely to vote for.
After a third-place finish in the Iowa Caucuses, Marco Rubio is currently in second place in NH. Only 45 percent of NH Republican primary voters way they have firmly decided who will get their vote on Tuesday.