Rasmussen: McCain Within Striking Distance in New Hampshire
Rasmussen shows that John McCain
has now pulled up to within four percentage points of Mitt Romney.
The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of the state shows Romney with 31% support, McCain at 27% and no one else close. Rudy Giuliani attracts 13% and Huckabee barely reaches double digits at 11%. This is the first time any candidate has been within single digits of Romney in several months. It remains to be seen whether this is a temporary bounce or a lasting change.
Before the latest endorsements, it was Romney 33% and McCain 18%. In late-November, Romney led by nineteen points. Earlier in November he was up by fifteen.
Labels: 2008 Candidates, John McCain