In New Hampshire, it’s the day before "here they come."
And they’ll all be coming from Iowa, where it’s Caucus Day.
Our exclusive 7News-UMass Lowell Tracking Poll shows exactly where the candidates stand in New Hampshire as they get ready for the first Presidential
Primary here a week from tomorrow.
Spoiler alert: It’s Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump on top.
The Donald looks headed for a win here. With 38%, he’s far ahead of Sen. Ted Cruz…Who’s in second with 12%.
Then, a clump of candidates: Ohio Governor John Kasich and former Florida Governor Jeb Bush get 9% each; Florida Senator Marco Rubio gets 8%.
The rest of the Republican field: New Jersey Governor Chris Christie 7%; Dr. Ben Carson and Kentucky Senator Rand Paul , 3% apiece; and Carly Fiorina 2%.
One more key number: Only 8% are undecided.
And here’s how it looks as we begin our tracking.
Trump well in front, and then a pack of Republicans chasing second and third place.
Remember, whatever impact Iowa will have on New Hampshire can’t be measured yet.
Like the Republicans, the Democrats also have a big front runner, who looks unlikely to be caught.
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, with 61% is more than doubling former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s 30%.
Former Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley barely registers, with 1%, and 8% are undecided.
Here’s the start of our Democratic Tracking Poll, as we begin to measure the daily ups and and downs of the candidates.
Here’s the truth: We’ve never had a Presidential race quite like this one, so no one is quite sure what’s going to happen.
If you want to watch it unfold–in real time–you’re where you want to be.
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