Sen. Jeanne ShaheenCynthia (Jeanne) Jeanne ShaheenHillicon Valley: Sweeping new data rules take effect | Facebook, Google already hit with complaints | Schumer slams reported ZTE deal | Senators look to save cyber post | Dem wants answers about Trump's phone security Senate panel targets Turkey's participation in F-35 program Judd Gregg: 'Medicare for all' means rationing for everyone MORE (D-N.H.) continues to hold a comfortable lead over her main Republican rival, former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown, in a new poll.

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The Suffolk University-Boston Herald poll gave Shaheen 49 percent support to Brown’s 39 percent support among likely New Hampshire voters.

Only 9 percent of respondents said they’re undecided.

The new survey shows a slight decline in support for Shaheen since the last Suffolk-Herald poll, conducted in March, when she drew 52 percent support. Brown’s portion remained the same.

But it aligns with most polling of the race, which has given Shaheen a solid lead on Brown.