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Obama's Updated New Hampshire Numbers

By The Reverend Published: January 5, 2008

Latest Rasmussen poll from New Hampshire....

Barack Obama, fresh from his victory in Iowa, now holds a ten point lead over Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire. The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of the race found Obama with 37% of the vote while Clinton earns 27%. John Edwards is the only other candidate in double digits, with 19% support. Bill Richardson is the choice for 8%.

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Elsewhere the gamblers line is......

Rasmussen Markets data at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday morning suggest that Barack Obama has a 65% chance of winning in New Hampshire. Hillary Clinton is given a 37% chance of winning (current numbers: Obama 78.0 %, Clinton 21.1 %. At that same time, Clinton and Obama were each given a 50% chance of ultimately winning the nomination (current numbers: Obama 52.4 %, Clinton 46.6 %.) Link

The current numbers were up to the minute at 4PM Saturday.

Here's another new poll that shows Obama up by 12 points.

I'm really holding back from saying what I think will happen from this point on. Don't want to have to eat crow. However, it does kind of look like something rather significant is underway. I can feel the momentum. If these New Hampshire numbers hold up......we're gonna have something very exciting on our hands.

There are debates tonight. Unless Obama comes in drunk, I don't believe his numbers will move anywhere but up.

Here's the debate info...

"World News" anchor Charlie Gibson moderates the Republican contest first from Saint Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire, from 7:00-8:30pm ET. The Democrats take the stage second, from approximately 8:45-10:15pm ET.

The participants for the Republican debate will be:

Rudy Giuliani

Mike Huckabee

John McCain

Ron Paul

Mitt Romney

Fred Thompson

The participants for the Democratic debate will be:

Hillary Clinton

John Edwards

Barack Obama

Bill Richardson

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