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New Hampshire poll: Romney 41, Paul 17, Santorum and Huntsman tied

Chris Moody, Yahoo News
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Here are the latest numbers from WMUR out of New Hampshire, one day before the primary:

The top spot in the latest WMUR/University of New Hampshire poll still belongs to Mitt Romney, but the race for second and third place is very close.

Romney holds a commanding lead with 41 percent of those surveyed saying they'd vote for him in the primary.

Ron Paul is in second with 17 percent. The latest mover is Jon Huntsman, who has jumped four percentage points in the last couple days and is now tied for third with Rick Santorum at 11 percent.

Newt Gingrich is right behind with 8 percent.

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