A new poll of likely New Hampshire voters by the Los Angeles Times and Bloomberg News confirms Hillary Clinton and Mitt Romney continue to lead their parties in the Granite State.
But interestingly the same poll also showed that John Edwards and Barack Obama are tied for second among Democrats, a sign while Obama's poll numbers haven't moved much all summer, Edwards could be benefiting from a number of recent campaign stops.
For Democrats, Hillary had 35 percent compared to the 16 percent tied among Edwards and Obama. Richardson came in fourth with 8 percent.
Romney led Republicans with 28 percent to Rudy Giuliani's 23 percent and John McCain's 12 percent. Mike Huckabee had 6 percent.
The poll was taken Sept. 6-10 and asked 618 Democratic primary voters for a margin of error of 3 percent. For Republicans, 412 likely voters were polled for a margin of error of 5 percent.