A new CNN/WMUR poll out this morning shows Hillary Clinton and John McCain building on their support as we are just under three weeks from New Hampshire primary day.
The poll, conducted by the University of New Hampshire, showed a notable increase for Clinton from last week. Among the Democrats Clinton now leads Barack Obama 38 percentage points to 26 percentage points. Last week she held just a one point advantage. John Edwards had 14 percent support and Bill Richardson got 8 percent.
On the Republican side, Mitt Romney holds strong in first place with 34 percent over John McCain 22 percent, up three percentage points from last week. Rudy Giuliani dropped to third with 16 percent, Mike Huckabee had 10 percent and Ron Paul dropped to five percent support.