Latest UNH Survey Center Poll Results are Out

Sanders Widens NH Lead, Almost Half of Democrats Still Not Decided

Vermont senator Bernie Sanders has increased his lead over former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire. Sanders’ popularity among Democratic Primary voters continues to increase and a majority say he has the personal characteristics and qualities that a President should have. Just over half of Democratic Primary voters say they have definitely decided who they will support.

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

Trump Still On Top in NH, Big Battle For Second, Most Voters Still Undecided

Donald Trump has maintained his double digit lead in the New Hampshire Primary race while the rest of the field remains tightly packed. However, Trump continues to be the candidate that New Hampshire Republicans say they are least likely to vote for.  Only thirty-one percent of New Hampshire Republican Primary voters say they have firmly decided who they will vote for in the Primary.

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

Sanders Better Than Clinton Vs GOP in NH

Vermont senator Bernie Sanders currently has double digit leads over five potential Republican challengers in New Hampshire. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton leads Republican frontrunner Donald Trump but is deadlocked with four other potential challengers. Unsurprisingly, most Granite Staters have not decided who they will vote for in the November general election.

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

All findings are based by on the latest CNN/WMUR New Hampshire Primary Poll, conducted by the University of New Hampshire Survey Center.

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