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MSNBC/Reuters Zogby Poll — New Hampshire

Sen. John Kerry pulls ahead of Gov. Howard Dean by three points, as retired Gen. Wesley Clark  slips back in a poll of New Hampshire voters. Read the complete results of the tracking poll conducted from Jan. 19 to Jan. 21, 2004.

If the primary were held today, for whom would you vote?
Kerry  27%
Dean  24%
Clark  15%
Edwards  8%
Lieberman  6%
Kucinich  1%
Sharpton  0%
Someone else  2%
Not sure  17%

If you had to choose today, which candidate are you leaning toward? (Asked only of those who responded "Not sure" to the first question.)
Kerry   23%
Edwards  14%
Dean  9%
Clark  7%
Lieberman  3%
Sharpton  2%
Not sure  39%

How strong is your support for the candidate you chose in the first question?
Very strong  51%
Somewhat strong  46%
Not strong  3%
Not sure  1%

If Howard Dean is the Democratic nominee, how likely is it that he will beat George Bush?
Very likely  16%
Somewhat likely  33%
Somewhat unlikely  20%
Very unlikely  24%
Not sure  6%

How likely do you think that any Democrat currently in the race could beat George Bush?
Very likely  34%
Somewhat likely  43%
Somewhat unlikely  13%
Very unlikely  6%
Not sure  3%

Overall opinion - Wesley Clark
Very favorable  21%
Somewhat favorable  47%
Somewhat unfavorable  13%
Very unfavorable  12%
Not familiar   6%
Not sure   2%

Overall opinion - Howard Dean
Very favorable  24%
Somewhat favorable  36%
Somewhat unfavorable  19%
Very unfavorable  16%
Not familiar   3%
Not sure   2%

Overall opinion - John Edwards
Very favorable  20%
Somewhat favorable  54%
Somewhat unfavorable  8%
Very unfavorable  4%
Not familiar   12%
Not sure   2%

Overall opinion - John Kerry
Very favorable  39%
Somewhat favorable  40%
Somewhat unfavorable  10%
Very unfavorable  8%
Not familiar   2%
Not sure   1%

Overall opinion - Dennis Kucinich
Very favorable  7%
Somewhat favorable  18%
Somewhat unfavorable  15%
Very unfavorable  20%
Not familiar  37%
Not sure   3%

Overall opinion - Joe Lieberman
Very favorable  11%
Somewhat favorable  40%
Somewhat unfavorable  24%
Very unfavorable  19%
Not familiar   5%
Not sure   2%

Overall opinion - Al Sharpton
Very favorable  1%
Somewhat favorable  12%
Somewhat unfavorable  20%
Very unfavorable  39%
Not familiar   26%
Not sure   2%

Zogby International conducted telephone interviews of a random sampling of 601 likely primary voters statewide over a rolling three-day period. All calls were made from Zogby International headquarters in Utica, N.Y., from Monday, January 19 through Wednesday, January 21. The margin of error is +/- 4.1 percentage points. Slight weights were added to party, age, education, union, and gender to more accurately reflect the voting population. Margins of error are higher in sub-groups.