A new Survey USA poll for WBZ-TV shows Mitt Romney leading all other Republican presidential candidates in New Hampshire for the first time.
The poll, taken after the first Republican debate last week, gives Romney 32 percent support among likely Republican primary voters. Rudy Giuliani and John McCain received 23 percent and 22 percent, respectively. Actor Fred Thompson, who has been flirting with a presidential run, had 11 percent.
On the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton continued to hold a dominating lead in this survey. She has 40 percent support compared to Barack Obama's 24 percent and John Edwards's 22 percent.
The margin of error was +/- 4.3 percent for the Republican poll and +/- 4.1 percent for the Democrats.