A new Suffolk University poll of likely New Hampshire voters shows Democratic rivals Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama tied and Rudy Giuliani leading his Republican rivals by 10 percentage points.
Among the Democrats Clinton had 28 percent to Obama’s 26 percent, a statistical tie given the poll's margin of error at +/- 4.38 percent.
John Edwards came in third with 17 percent support.
Giuliani finished first among Republicans with 37 percent support. John McCain followed with 27 percent. Mitt Romney collected 17 percent.
The poll of 500 Republican, Democrats, and Independents also found 36 percent of voters believe the war in Iraq is the biggest issue the in the campaign.