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Polls Shows Obama Bump In New Hampshire

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And in at least one poll, he leads by a lot.

From Rasmussen:

Barack Obama, fresh from his victory in Iowa, now holds a ten point lead over Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire. The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of the race found Obama with 37% of the vote while Clinton earns 27%. John Edwards is the only other candidate in double digits, with 19% support. Bill Richardson is the choice for 8%. […]

In New Hampshire, Obama leads Clinton by five points among Democrats and by sixteen points among Independents. The survey indicates that 40% of the voters will be Independents.

And what’s more, these voters seem to be fairly sure of who they’ll vote for…

Eighty percent (80%) of Obama voters say they are certain they will vote for him. Seventy-three percent (73%) of Clinton voters say the same along with 64% of Edwards supporters.

More polls show Obama pulling close to Hillary, but not overtaking her. We’ll see what the numbers say on Sunday.