ABC Poll: Clinton Holds N.H. Lead With More Reliable Support
A new ABC News poll shows Hillary Clinton leading in New Hampshire.
Hillary Clinton is holding off Barack Obama in New Hampshire with a single-digit but seemingly solid lead, scoring more committed and enthusiastic support, higher trust to handle pressing issues and broad margins on leadership, experience and electability.
The chart and numbers are here. (pdf).
Among likely voters in the Democratic primary, Clinton has 35 percent support, Obama 29 percent, John Edwards 17 percent and Bill Richardson 10 percent, with others in the low single digits.
As to why Hillary's support is considered "solid" and "more reliable":
Among those who've definitely decided on their candidate, she leads Obama by a wide 43-28 percent; and among the most enthusiastic likely voters she leads him by 45-24 percent.
Hillary also leads on six of the seven issues polled and has the largest advantage on health care.
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