(L-R) Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee, Republican presidential candidates former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, and Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) take the stage for Fox News Channel Republican Presidential debate at the University of New Hampshire, September 5, 2007.
- Former Gov. Mitt Romney narrowly leads former Mayor Rudy Giuliani (23% to 22%) in a statewide primary; Sen. John McCain trails at 17%, former Sen. Fred Thompson at 12%, former Speaker Newt Gingrich at 7%. Without Gingrich, Romney runs at 25%, Giuliani at 24%, McCain at 18%, and Thompson at 13%. All other candidates receive less than five percent each.
- 13% have “definitely decided” who they will vote for in the New Hampshire primary, 21% are “leaning toward someone” and 66% are “still trying to decide.”
- “[Romney’s] statistically-insignificant, 1 point margin is a major change from CNN/WMUR’s last New Hampshire poll, taken in July, when Romney held a comfortable 14 point lead over Giuliani.”
Rudy – 22%
Romney – 23%
McCain – 17%
Thompson – 12%
New Hampshire is now considered a “DEAD HEAT.”
Let the media wars begin as Romney attempts to regain his lead and McCain tries a come from behind gambit.
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