TIME 2016 Election

Latest Polls Show Trump and Sanders Leading New Hampshire

Both candidates have significant leads within their parties

Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders each hold comfortably wide margins of advantage in the most recent polls on Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary.

According to the CNN/WMUR poll released Monday night, Sanders was leading Hillary Clinton 61% to 35% among Democratic primary voters. Among Republicans, Trump held 31%, followed by Marco Rubio with 17%, Ted Cruz with 14% and John Kasich with 10%. Jeb Bush, Carly Fiorina, Chris Christie and Ben Carson were each in the single digits.

The latest results from the Emerson College Polling Society showed a closer Democratic race, with Sanders leading Clinton 54% to 42%. While Trump holds exactly the same amount of support in the Emerson poll (31%), his competitors have a much different spread: There, Jeb Bush is holding second place with 16% of support, followed by John Kasich with 13%, Marco Rubio with 12% and Ted Cruz with 11%.

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