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New Hampshire Polls (Aggregate = Strong Romney for 3-poll average)

Candidate Avg. #Wins Delegates Poll Graph Election Details
Romney 36% 3 5pie
Election Date: 2012-01-10
Election Type: Primary
Eligable Voters: Modified Open
Delegates Total: 12
Delegates Awarded: 12
Apportion Method: P10%
Paul 18% 0 2
Huntsman 17% 0 2
Santorum 11% 0 2
Gingrich 10% 0 1
Other 3% 0 0
-Undecided 5% 0 0

 Three-Poll Rolling Average
 Rolling Average Poll Graph

 Delegates Awarded Prior to this Contest: 0 (0.0%)

 Projected Delegate Allocation Prior to this Contest:
Prior Delegate Allocation Graph

DatePoll SourceLead G H R P S C P B OthUnd MOE Sample#C
01-09Suffolk UniversityR+199%16%37%18%11%0%1%0%1%7%4%500 L0
01-09ARGR+1910%18%37%17%11%0%1%0%2%4%4%600 L0
01-08Public Policy PollingR+1712%16%35%18%11%0%1%0%3%4%2%1,771 L0
01-08University of New HampshireR+248%11%41%17%11%0%1%1%1%9%5%461 L0
01-08Suffolk UniversityR+1311%13%33%20%10%0%1%0%0%12%4%500 L0
01-08RasmussenR+2012%15%37%17%13%0%1%0%0%5%4%722 L0
01-07Suffolk UniversityR+159%11%35%20%8%0%1%0%1%15%4%500 L0
01-07ARGR+238%17%40%16%12%0%1%0%2%4%4%600 L0
01-06Suffolk UniversityR+2210%9%39%17%9%0%1%0%0%15%4%500 L0
01-05University of New HampshireR+248%7%44%20%8%0%1%0%1%11%4%631 L0
01-05Suffolk UniversityR+239%8%40%17%11%0%1%0%0%15%4%500 L0
01-05RasmussenR+248%12%42%18%13%0%1%0%0%6%4%750 L0
01-05Marist CollegeR+209%9%42%22%13%0%1%0%0%5%4%711 L0
01-04New SourceR+189%16%37%19%14%0%1%0%0%4%3%865 L0
01-04Suffolk UniversityR+299%7%43%14%6%0%1%2%2%16%4%500 L0
01-04ZogbyR+149%8%38%24%11%0%1%0%0%10%5%498 L0
01-03Suffolk UniversityR+299%7%43%14%6%0%1%2%2%16%4%500 L0
01-03CNN/TimeR+309%13%47%17%10%0%0%1%0%3%4%554 L0
01-02Suffolk UniversityR+279%10%43%16%5%0%2%2%0%13%4%500 L0
01-01Suffolk UniversityR+268%9%43%17%3%0%2%2%1%15%4%500 L0
12-31Suffolk UniversityR+2611%9%41%15%3%0%2%3%0%16%4%500 L0
12-28Magellan StrategiesR+2012%12%41%21%4%0%3%4%2%1%4%648 L0
12-28Public Policy PollingR+1513%12%36%21%3%0%3%7%3%2%3%830 L0
12-27CNN/TimeR+2716%9%44%17%4%0%2%3%0%5%4%543 L0
12-19University of New HampshireR+2217%11%39%17%3%0%1%2%1%9%4%543 L0
12-18Public Policy PollingR+1617%13%35%19%3%0%2%5%2%4%3%1,235 L0
12-14ARGR+1416%13%35%21%1%0%2%4%0%8%4%600 L0
12-13Suffolk UniversityR+1820%13%38%8%2%2%1%3%2%11%5%400 L0
12-12Insider AdvantageR+524%11%29%21%2%0%1%4%2%6%4%521 L0
12-12RasmussenR+1122%10%33%18%3%0%3%3%3%5%4%721 L0
12-06CNN/TimeR+926%8%35%17%2%0%2%3%1%6%5%507 L0
11-29Marist CollegeR+1623%9%39%16%1%2%3%3%0%4%4%696 L0
11-28Insider AdvantageR+427%0%31%15%0%4%0%0%0%23%4%500 L0
11-28RasmussenR+1024%11%34%14%1%5%2%2%1%6%4%762 L0
11-22University of New HampshireR+2715%8%42%12%2%4%4%2%0%11%5%413 L0
11-21The Polling CompanyR+1718%9%35%10%2%8%4%4%0%10%4%500 L0
11-20Suffolk UniversityR+2714%9%41%14%3%8%2%1%0%8%5%400 L0
11-20ARGR+1122%8%33%12%1%9%2%2%2%9%4%600 L0
11-16Magellan StrategiesR+227%8%29%16%1%10%2%2%2%3%4%746 L0
11-12Selzer & CoR+2311%7%40%17%1%8%3%2%1%10%4%504 L0
10-25CNN/TimeR+275%6%40%12%1%13%4%2%3%14%5%400 L0
10-25RasmussenR+248%7%41%11%0%17%4%0%7%5%4%816 L0
10-19New SourceR+255%3%43%9%1%18%3%3%0%15%5%400 L0
10-17Insider AdvantageR+155%5%39%11%0%24%2%5%2%7%5%409 L0
10-13Magellan StrategiesR+216%6%41%10%2%20%2%4%1%8%4%736 L0
10-06Harvard University/Saint Anselm CollegeR+185%4%38%13%1%20%4%3%1%11%4%648 L0
10-06University of New HampshireR+254%8%37%9%2%12%4%2%11%11%5%345 L0
10-06Mason-DixonR+249%4%39%6%1%15%6%4%1%15%5%368 L0
10-05Marist CollegeR+324%5%45%13%1%13%7%3%1%8%4%691 L0
09-21RasmussenR+214%7%39%13%2%4%18%5%4%4%4%750 L0
09-21ARGR+174%10%30%12%2%4%13%7%6%12%4%600 L0
09-20Suffolk UniversityR+274%10%41%14%1%1%8%5%5%11%5%400 L0
08-16Magellan StrategiesR+182%3%36%14%1%3%18%10%3%10%4%613 L0
07-13ARGR+177%0%29%4%2%4%2%12%22%18%4%600 L0
07-05Public Policy PollingR+74%7%28%9%0%7%9%21%6%9%5%341 L0
07-01University of New HampshireR+231%2%35%7%1%2%4%12%17%19%5%357 L0
06-27Suffolk UniversityR+252%4%36%8%1%2%2%11%11%23%5%400 L0
06-15Magellan StrategiesR+323%3%42%10%2%4%0%10%18%8%4%727 L0
06-08University of New HampshireR+353%3%41%6%3%4%0%4%18%18%5%424 L0
05-22University of New HampshireR+247%4%33%9%2%4%0%4%17%20%5%347 L0
04-03Public Policy PollingR+2217%0%40%18%0%0%0%8%7%10%5%384 L0
02-07University of New HampshireR+346%0%40%5%1%0%0%0%34%14%5%357 L0
01-04Magellan StrategiesR+318%0%39%7%3%0%0%0%31%12%3%1,451 L0


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