A popular theory that has developed over the past couple of days is that independent voters in New Hampshire are deciding between Barack Obama and John McCain.
Last night, UNH's polling-guru Andrew Smith debunked that theory.
"They're fighting for different block of voters," he told us.
Smith contends that McCain is vying for independents who lean Republican, while Obama wants to gain independents who traditionally vote Democratic.
Dante "GraniteProf" Scala also contends that this theory is fiction.
"New Hampshire voters deciding between Obama and McCain probably is no more than 3 to 4 percent of ALL likely primary voters, at most," he wrote.