Democrat Barack Obama and Republican John McCain lead the field in the new CNN/WMUR tracking poll on the eve of Tuesday's New Hampshire primary.
The poll, just released on CNN, gives Obama a 39 percent to 30 percent lead over Hillary Clinton, with John Edwards in third at 16 percent.
In the Republican race, McCain has a 31 percent to 26 percent lead over Mitt Romney. Mike Huckabee is in third with 13 percent and Rudy Giuliani and Ron Paul are tied at 10 percent.
The Obama and McCain leads are virtually unchanged from the CNN tracking poll released Sunday.
A Fox News poll released earlier today gave McCain a 34 percent to 27 percent lead over Romney.
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