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Suffolk N.H. Poll: Romney 33, Paul 20, Huntsman 13, Gingrich 11, Santorum 10

12:12 PM, Jan 9, 2012 • By DANIEL HALPER
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Suffolk reports on its latest poll tracking poll of likely New Hampshire Republican primary voters:

For the fifth day in a row, Mitt Romney has fallen in overnight tracking, but lack of movement by second place Ron Paul has insulated a likely Romney victory, according to the latest two-day Suffolk University/7News tracking poll of likely voters in the New Hampshire Republican presidential primary.  Romney dropped 2 more percentage points overnight but still holds a 13-point lead at 33 percent. The former Massachusetts governor has dropped a full 10 points from five days ago, when he had 43 percent of likely GOP voters. Romney is followed by Paul (20 percent), Jon Huntsman (13 percent), Newt Gingrich (11 percent) and Rick Santorum (10 percent), while Rick Perry and Buddy Roemer combined for 3 percent with 12 percent undecided.

By contrast, PPP released a poll today showing Romney at 35, Paul 18, Huntsman 16, Gingrich 12, Santorum 11, and WMUR released on that found Romney at 41, Paul 17, Huntsman and Santorum 11.

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