Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton has significantly increased her lead over rival Barack Obama in the crucial early voting state of New Hampshire, according to a CNN/WMUR poll conducted by the University of New Hampshire released Tuesday.
The New York Democrat registered 43 percent in the latest poll, 23 points more than Obama, an Illinois senator. In a similar poll conducted in July, only 9 points separated the candidates, with Clinton then at 36 percent and Obama at 27 percent.
"The seven-point change for both candidates is within the poll's sampling error, but may indicate growing support for Clinton as the primary approaches," CNN Polling Director Keating Holland said. Read full article »
CNN's Keating Holland and Alexander Mooney contributed to this report.