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WBUR Poll Finds Tight Race Between Clinton, Trump In New Hampshire07:31
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A voter marks his ballot inside a voting booth at a polling site for the New Hampshire primary February in Nashua. (David Goldman/AP)
A voter marks his ballot inside a voting booth at a polling site for the New Hampshire primary February in Nashua. (David Goldman/AP)
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A new WBUR poll finds that — if the presidential election were held today — it would be a close contest between Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton and apparent Republican nominee Donald Trump.

In the survey of likely New Hampshire voters, Clinton leads Trump 44 percent to 42 percent — 7 percent are undecided.

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Anthony Brooks, WBUR's senior political reporter. He tweets @anthonygbrooks.

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WBUR: WBUR Poll Finds It’d Be A Close Clinton-Trump Contest In New Hampshire

  • "If the presidential election were held today between the apparent Republican nominee, Donald Trump, and the Democratic front-runner, Hillary Clinton, the outcome would be very close. That’s according to a new WBUR poll (topline, crosstabs) of likely New Hampshire voters."

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  • "After a deeply fractious primary, most of the GOP seems to be making their peace with Donald Trump as their nominee for president."

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  • "I’m a member of the Optimists’ Club. It used to be a great club. The dues were low, we had terrific members and a full and fun set of activities."

This segment aired on May 18, 2016.

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