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Poll: N.H. Race Heats Up

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It's turning into a nail bitter of a year end for both republican and the democratic presidential candidates.

The first in the nation New Hampshire presidential primary is two weeks from tomorrow and at this moment there is no clear front-runner.

The latest poll from the University of New Hampshire Survey Center, for the Boston Globe, shows that senator Barack Obama has jumped ahead of senator Hillary Clinton by 2 points.

In the republican race, senator John McCain has made a remarkable comeback and now trails the long-time front-runner Mitt Romney by just 3 points.

Professor Andy Smith, director of the U.N.H Survey Center, joins us to shed some light on the new poll.

This program aired on December 24, 2007. The audio for this program is not available.

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