Romney polls strong as N.H. vote nears
Two polls released today indicate that Mitt Romney has a sizable lead in New Hampshire as Tuesday’s Republican primary draws near, with over 40 percent of voters supporting the former Massachusetts governor and Texas Representative Ron Paul far behind in second place. A NBC News/Marist poll shows that 42 percent of respondents support Romney, including undecided voters leaning toward a candidate. Paul trails Romney by 20 points. Rick Santorum, who surged to a strong finish in the Iowa caucuses, is at 13 percent.