Different day, same story...according to a CBS News/New York Times poll Hillary Clinton and Mitt Romney continue to lead their respective fields.
However, the poll also shows Rudy Giuliani tied for second and John Edwards slipping into the single digits.
"Among likely Democratic primary voters, Clinton has 37 percent support, putting her 15 points ahead of Obama. Among Republicans, Romney continues to dominate. He was backed by 34 percent in the poll, while John McCain and Giuliani both trailed at 16 percent. All other candidates were in single digits."
"Clinton's support in the Granite State is solid. Though 52 percent of voters say they could change their mind, 62 percent of Clinton supporters "strongly favor" the New York senator and former first lady. As in Iowa, her experience is the top reason people are supporting her."
"And the Republican race is more fluid than it is among New Hampshire Democrats -- although only 14% of likely Republican voters are undecided, just 34% say their minds are made up about which candidate to support."