Poll: Sanders doubles Clinton's NH support

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Sanders leads Clinton 61 percent to 30 percent in the new University of Massachusetts-Lowell/7 News survey with another 6 percent of likely Democratic primary voters in the Granite State still undecided. Another 1 percent is backing former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley.

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Democratic-leaning voters in New Hampshire are also typically dedicated to their candidate, Monday’s results found. About 76 percent have “definitely” decided on their pick, compared with 24 percent who still “could change their mind."

Sanders's campaign also has the overwhelming support of younger Democratic-leaning voters. About 89 percent of those ages 18-29 are backing the Vermont lawmaker, contrasted by 5 percent for Clinton and 3 percent for O’Malley.

Approximately 80 percent of 30-39-year-olds pick Sanders, meanwhile, versus 13 percent for Clinton and 0 percent for O’Malley.

Sanders additionally receives an uptick in support from those skeptical of government. He earns 67 percent of those who trust government “sometimes” and 69 percent from those who trust it “never.”

The pair has even support from those who trust government “always,” with each taking 46 percent apiece.

UMass-Lowell/7 News conducted its latest poll of 442 Democratic-leaning primary voters in New Hampshire via landline and cell phone interviews from Jan. 29-31. It has a 5.3 percent margin of error.

Sanders leads Clinton by over 15 points in the Granite State overall, according to the latest RealClearPolitics average of surveys. She nonetheless remains the Democratic front-runner with over 14 percent nationwide.

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