New Hampshire in Play: Hillary Clinton’s Big Lead Evaporates

July 23rd, 2016 • iizthatiiz

Hillary Clinton - Donald Trump - face off (484x252)

The 19 point lead Hillary Clinton held over Donald Trump in New Hampshire is gone.

The latest WMUR Granite State survey shows Clinton and Trump now dead even.

Both major party candidates are each now polling at 37 percent.

Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson is at 10 percent, and Green party nominee Jill Stein is running at 5 percent.

WMUR Granite State Presidential Poll 07-21-16

 

The prior poll released on April 21st, showed a much different picture.

Likely nominees Clinton and Trump were pitted head-to-head.

At that time, Clinton led Trump 50 percent to 31 percent, nearly a 20 point advantage.

The Libertarian and Green party nominees were unknown at the time of the earlier survey, but 15 percent of likely New Hampshire voters indicated that they would vote for another parties candidate. A number exactly equal to the current poll.

WMUR Granite State Presidential Poll 04-21-16

 

With just a little over 100 days remaining until the 2016 presidential election, the battle for New Hampshire is on!

 

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