A CNN/WMUR poll released today shows that Hillary has dropped a third of her lead over Barack Obama. Once ahead by 23%, her lead over Obama is now 14%.
According to CNN —
When asked who they would support if the primary were held today, 36 percent of likely Democratic primary voters backed Clinton, 22 percent supported Sen. Barack Obama of Illinois and 13 percent favored former Sen. John Edwards of North Carolina.
In September, when CNN last polled in New Hampshire, Clinton was at 43 percent, with Obama at 20 percent and Edwards at 12 percent.
Bill Richardson had an impressive increase in the survey to 12%.
The survey suggests that the main reason for Hillary’s poor showing is the increasing number of voters who are starting to doubt her integrity and character.