A new poll of likely New Hampshire primary voters by Suffolk University for WHDH-TV shows Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Mitt Romney holding leads in New Hampshire while some top-tier candidates see their support dangerously dropping.
Clinton picked up nine percentage points from when the same poll questioned voters in February. She now has 37 percent support followed by Barack Obama who has 19 percent.
The poll, for the first time, shows slipping John Edwards and rising Bill Richardson tied with 9 points. The poll showed 16 percent were undecided.
For Republicans, Romney held the lead with 26 percent compared to Rudy Giuliani's 22 percent. John McCain was tied with candidate-to-be Fred Thompson at 13 percent. Of Republicans 17 percent were undecided.
The poll question 500 likely New Hampshire voters from June 20-24. The margin of error was 4.38 percent.