Recommended Reading

July 25, 2016

book cover

Still looking for that summer beach read? UNH historian Ellen Fitzpatrick’s book, “The Highest Glass Ceiling: Women’s Quest for the American Presidency,” is on “The Washington Post” list of “37 books we’ve loved so far in 2016.”

The Latest from the UNH Survey Center

July 21, 2016
graph that shows Ayotte vs. Hassan

If the 2016 Senate election was held today, 45% of likely voters say they would vote for Hassan, 42% would vote for Ayotte, 3% would vote for someone else and 11% are undecided.

Ayotte and Hassan Remain Deadlocked in NH Senate Race

Incumbent Senator Kelly Ayotte and Governor Maggie Hassan remain deadlocked for New Hampshire’s U.S. Senate seat. Most voters have not yet decided who they will vote for in the Senate election. READ THE FULL REPORT.

Close Races, Unknown Candidates in Both NH Congressional Districts

First District Congressman Frank Guinta remains very unpopular in his district and is in a close race with former Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter. Second District Congresswoman Ann Kuster is not very popular in her district and is in dead heats with two unknown challengers. READ THE FULL REPORT.

NH Gubernatorial Candidates Unknown, Drug Crisis Most Important Problem in NH

Both Republican and Democratic candidates seeking to replace Governor Maggie Hassan remain unknown to most Granite State voters. Drug abuse remains the biggest problem facing the state. However, a majority of Granite Staters support legalizing marijuana for recreational use in New Hampshire. READ THE FULL REPORT.

These findings are based on the latest WMUR Granite State Poll, conducted by the University of New Hampshire Survey Center.

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