The latest New Hampshire Democratic primary polls indicate that Sanders has a strong edge over Clinton which may propel him toward a substantial margin of victory in this, the first, primary state. All the major polls conducted between January 17 to January 26 give the average results of Sanders 53.7%, Clinton 39.4%, and O’Milley 2.9%. These polling data can be interpreted to show an underlying and far more important national trends, i.e. (1) Sanders is already well on the road towards locking up the Democratic nomination and (2) performing more strongly against any Republican than Hillary Clinton would. This is not the way things looked back on April 30th when Sanders started his campaign.
Click here for details of the polling data and analysis from RealClearPolitics.com.
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