A newly released AP/Pew poll shows Mitt Romney leading Rudy Giuliani and John McCain by double-digits.
The Page: Romney, former governor of next-door Massachusetts and a big ad spender in New Hampshire, is ahead among most categories of Republicans. He and Huckabee are about even among white evangelicals, but these voters make up less than one-fifth of New Hampshire Republicans, a much smaller share than in Iowa or South Carolina. Romney gets more than 10 times the support Huckabee does from non-evangelicals in the state.
"The telephone poll, done by The Associated Press and the Pew Research Center, was conducted Nov. 7-25 and involved interviews with 446 likely Republican voters in New Hampshire. It had a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 5.5 percentage points."
Mitt Romney: 37%
Rudy Giuliani: 19%
John McCain: 15%
Ron Paul: 9%
Mike Huckabee: 7%