A new Franklin Pierce University-Boston Herald poll has Hillary Clinton maintaining her lead on the field of 2016 Democratic presidential candidates in New Hampshire.
The poll has Clinton at 47 percent, followed by Elizabeth Warren at 22 percent. Warren reiterated on the "Today" show Tuesday morning that she has no intention of running. Vice President Joe Biden was in third place at 10 percent, with Bernie Sanders at 8 percent. Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley, who was in New Hampshire on Tuesday, received just 1 percent of the vote.
The poll, conducted from March 22-25, shows that Clinton has an 82 percent favorable rating, compared to 73 percent for Warren and 65 percent for Biden.
Democratic voters were also asked whether they thought Clinton's use of a private email address while serving as Secretary of State was a serious problem. Only 6 percent said it was a "very serious" problem, 25 percent said it was "somewhat serious," and 68 percent said it was "not that serious." One percent said they were unsure.
The poll was released a day after a Franklin University-Boston Herald poll of GOP voters in New Hampshire showed a tie between Jeb Bush and Scott Walker.
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