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Bernie Pulls Ahead Of Hillary In New Hampshire

For the first time – but probably not the last, Bernie Sanders has pulled ahead of Hillary Clinton.

In a New Hampshire poll, the Vermont Senator has edged out Hillary 44-37 percent among likely Democratic Primary voters.

Sanders has been gaining steam lately and it certainly doesn’t hurt that New Hampshire is right next door to Vermont.

In national polls, Clinton continues to enjoy a double-digit lead, but that’s eroding too.

Vice President Joe Biden – who is still mulling over a campaign run himself – would start out with nine percent support.

Only 35 percent of Democrats in New Hampshire say they’re “excited” about Clinton’s campaign. When asked if they could support her candidacy, only 51 percent said yes.

Just five months ago, Sanders trailed Clinton in the Granite State by a 44-8 margin.

While 38 percent of democrats in the state have a “very favorable” view of Hillary, more than half view Bernie “very favorably.”

The bottom-finishers, with one percent support or below are former governors Martin O’Malley, Lincoln Chafee and former Senator Jim Webb.

The Franklin Pierce University/Boston Herald poll was conducted August 7-10 with a margin of error of 4.7 percent.

It was almost expected Bernie would do well in neighboring New Hampshire. We’ll see how he does in the other early states like Iowa.

Photo Credit: Boston Herald