Mitt Romney has closed the gap with Barack Obama in the Granite State, and the two are now locked in a dead heat. In the most recent Granite State Poll, 47% of likely New Hampshire voters say they will vote for Obama, 47% say they will vote for Romney, 2% prefer some other candidate, and 4% are undecided.502 voter contacts. Included both land line and cell phone users. And further:
When undecided voters are asked which candidate they lean toward, Obama and Romney remain tied, with 48% for Obama, 48% for Romney, 2% for some other candidate, and 3% remain undecided. Obama has lost considerable support since 2008 as only 87% of 2008 Obama voters say they will vote for him this time while 94% of McCain voters say they will vote for Romney.So, an indication that Libertarian Gary Johnson is polling most likely 1 to 2%. Most important takeaway, obviously, is that Mitt's got the momentum. And pretty significant momentum in fact. Exit question - And Maine's CD 2? Most experts say that Maine's 2nd (northern and western Maine) corresponds virtually identical to New Hampshire. A bonus electoral vote for Team Romney?