Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has opened up his widest lead yet over rival Hillary Clinton in the crucial state of New Hampshire, according to a new poll released Tuesday.
The new WMUR/CNN poll out this afternoon shows the Vermont lawmaker with a whopping 27-point lead over the former Secretary of State -- 60-33 percent. That’s a climb of 10 percentage points for Sanders since mid-December and a drop of 7 points for Clinton. It marks Sanders’ highest support and widest lead in any poll in any state so far. His popularity in the state is also sky-high, earning a 91 percent favorability rating among Democrats there.
The shift comes despite the Clinton campaign waging an all-out blitz on the Granite State since the New Year.
I thought you guys might like some non-Palin news today.
Ultimately while this is concerning news for Hillary, she has already corralled most of the super delegates in order to hedge her bets.
I think it would be very ill informed for anybody to think that Hillary is not prepared for just about ANY contingency that might arise this time around.
And yes that includes possible issues with her e-mail server.