From NBC’s Mark Murray
In the the aftermath of this week’s presidential debates in New Hampshire, Clinton and Romney come out on top in a new Mason-Dixon poll of likely primary voters there. Among likely Democratic primary voters, Clinton leads Obama, 26%-21%, with Edwards at 18%, Richardson at 9%, and Biden at 6%; no other Democratic presidential contender gets more than 1%.
Among likely GOP primary voters, Romney leads McCain, 27%-16%, followed by Giuliani at 15%, Fred Thompson at 12%, and Huckabee at 5%.
The Mason-Dixon poll — which was given exclusively to NBC and MSNBC — was taken June 4-7, 2007, and the Dem field has a margin of error of +/- 4.9%, and the GOP field has a margin of error of +/- 5.3%.
I expect it will be another good weekend for the online department at MittRomney.com.
And you might want to reread my Townhall.com column from Thursday and, of course, pick up the book that laid it all out three months ago.