Another poll shows Bernie Sanders leading rival Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire.
A Public Policy Polling poll released this week shows Sanders with 42 percent to Clinton’s 35 percent.
“We still find Hillary Clinton well ahead everywhere else, but it’s clear at this point that there’s a real race in the Granite State,” said Dean Debnam, the president of Public Policy Polling.
In the poll, Jim Webb is at six percent, Martin O’Malley is at four percent Lincoln Chafee is at two percent and Lawrence Lessig is at one percent.
The pollsters noted Sanders’ rising popularity in New Hampshire, with 78 percent of Democratic voters viewing him favorably and just 12 percent holding a negative opinion.
Clinton, meanwhile, is viewed positively by 63 percent of Democrats, and negatively by 25 percent.