GOP polls changing ahead of NH Primary

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January 9, 2012, 11:01 am
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(NECN) - The race is heating up, as the New Hampshire Primary inches closer for Granite State voters.

According to the latest Suffolk University Poll, Mitt Romney holds the lead in the GOP with 33 percent support.

Ron Paul comes second at 20 percent, and Jon Huntsman trails in third at 13 percent.

As Republican Political Analyst Fred Van Magness explains, the recent polls could be a result of the two weekend debates held among the candidates.

So how will the New Hampshire Primary go? Watch the attached video to hear what Van Magness thinks.

Tags: GOP, Ron Paul, Mitt Romney, Republicans, politics, Suffolk, Rick Perry, Election 2012, Rick Santorum, Jon Huntsman, Fred Van Magness, NH Primary 2012
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