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Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina and Democratic candidate Hilary Clinton were both in New Hampshire on Monday.

Both candidates are second in their party in New Hampshire. Clinton is behind Sanders by 14 percent, and Fiorina is close behind Trump as the Republican favorite. She trails him by 5 percent.

Andrew Smith talks to us about what each candidate has said and what this means for the primary. He will be teaching a free, open-enrollment online course about the New Hampshire primary, with more than 1,200 people signed up already.

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Andrew Smith, director of the University of New Hampshire Survey Center and co-author of "The First Primary: New Hampshire's Outsize Role in Presidential Nominations." He tweets @smithanh.

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  • "Voters in two presidential swing states, Iowa and New Hampshire, hold a strongly negative view of Hillary Clinton and choose several potential Republican opponents over her in test match-ups."

This segment aired on October 5, 2015.

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