President Trump is scheduled to return to New Hampshire on Sunday for what is likely be his last campaign stop — win or lose — in the state that gave him his first-ever political victory.
Even though granite staters gave him a 20-point win in the 2016 primary, and his narrowest state loss in the 2016 general election, New Hampshire doesn’t seem to be giving him as warm of a political embrace this year.
Trump has never led a poll in the Granite State all year. In a Suffolk University/Boston Globe survey earlier in the month, former vice president Joe Biden led of Trump in 51 percent to 41 percent among likely New Hampshire voters.
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