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Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Sanders leads Clinton in New Hampshire poll

Posted By on Wed, Aug 12, 2015 at 8:57 AM

A new Franklin Pierce University/Boston Herald poll has Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders up on Hillary Clinton 44-37 among likely Democratic primary voters in New Hampshire. Vice President Joe Biden, who has sorta kinda flirted with a run, was included in the poll and notched 9 percent. For  context, the same poll showed Clinton leading Sanders 44-8 back in March. 

Clinton is almost certainly going to be the nominee, but the contest could at least get interesting, and it's certainly a good thing for the part's liberal wing if Clinton faces a real challenge from the left. 

46 percent of those polled (up from 14 in March) said that Biden should run. 

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