Clinton leads Trump by 2 points in NH
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Clinton leads Trump, 42 to 40 percent, in the WBUR survey released Wednesday. Six percent would prefer another candidate, while 9 percent do not know or are undecided.

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Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee, faces a more daunting challenge in New Hampshire if Sen. Bernie SandersBernard (Bernie) SandersShowtime says Sacha Baron Cohen did not dress as 'disabled veteran' 2020 Dems slam Trump over Putin presser Ocasio-Cortez floating progressive sub-caucus MORE (I-Vt.) ultimately becomes the Democratic presidential nominee.

Sanders leads Trump by 17 points in that scenario, 53 to 36 percent. Four percent would prefer another candidate, while 6 percent do not know or are undecided.

Wednesday’s results also show that Clinton and Trump are viewed unfavorably by a majority of likely New Hampshire voters.

Clinton and Trump both hold 58 percent unfavorable ratings, pollsters found.  

Sanders is the best-liked presidential candidate in New Hampshire, boasting a 55 percent favorable rating.  

WBUR surveyed 501 likely voters in New Hampshire from May 12 to 15. Its survey has a 4.4-percentage point margin of error.