Trump Boasts About Poll Numbers, But Urges N.H. Supporters Not To Be Complacent04:33

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A new Franklin Pierce University-Boston Herald poll of likely New Hampshire presidential primary voters finds Democrat Bernie Sanders and Republican Donald Trump remain the two candidates to beat.

With the first presidential primary now two weeks away, Sanders is ahead of Hillary Clinton 55-39 percent in New Hampshire. On the GOP side, Trump leads Ted Cruz 33-14 percent.

Trump was in Farmington, New Hampshire, on Monday night rallying supporters and taking jabs at rivals. WBUR's senior political reporter Anthony Brooks was there and reports for Morning Edition.

This segment aired on January 26, 2016.

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Anthony Brooks is WBUR's senior political reporter.