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    Sanders, Trump Double Lead Over Rivals in New Hampshire

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    Among Democrats in New Hampshire, some 61 percent of likely voters and 63 percent of registered voters said they would vote for US Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, on the Republican side, 38 percent of likely voters and 37 percent of registered voters vowed to vote for Republican candidate Donald Trump, according to the poll.

    WASHINGTON (Sputnik) — Both likely and registered New Hampshire voters say they will support US Democratic presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders and Republican candidate Donald Trump in their state’s upcoming primary, a new poll revealed on Wednesday.

    Among Democrats in New Hampshire, some 61 percent of likely voters and 63 percent of registered voters said they would vote for Sanders, while 32 percent of likely voters and 30 percent of registered voters said they would support former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, a poll by the University of Massachusetts Lowell Center for Public Opinion found.

    On the Republican side, 38 percent of likely voters and 37 percent of registered voters vowed to vote for Trump, followed by 14 percent of likely voters and 13 percent of registered voters who said they would vote for US Senator Ted Cruz.

    Meanwhile, 74 percent of Democratic respondents said they "definitely will vote" for the candidate they support, compared to 26 percent who said they could change their mind. Among Republicans, 56 percent of polled said they would "definitely" vote for their top choice candidate, while 44 percent admitted they could change their mind.

    The results of the poll come just days after Senator Cruz and former Secretary Clinton won the Iowa Caucus vote on Monday and less than a week until the upcoming New Hampshire primaries which are set to be held on February 9.

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