A second poll of likely New Hampshire primary voters out today shows Hillary Clinton with a solid lead over Barack Obama, in yet another contradictory poll this week.
A poll taken for Fox News gives Clinton a 34 percent to 25 percent advantage over Obama. John Edwards had 15 percent and Bill Richardson dropped six percentage points to have six percent. The poll's margin of error was +/- 4 percent.
That differs from a Concord Monitor poll this morning that gave Obama a single point lead.
For the Republicans, Mitt Romney holds a 33 percent to 20 percent lead over John McCain. Rudy Giuliani had 16 percent and Mike Huckabee had 11 percent.