While Donald Trump led in a Suffolk University/Boston Globe poll that surveyed 500 New Hampshire Republicans and independent voters who said they intend to vote in the Republican primary, one non-candidate might tip the scales.
If former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney were added to the mix of the 14 other Republican candidates running in the Feb. 9 first-in-the-nation presidential primary, New Hampshire voters would, if the election were held now, give him a 2-to-1 win over Trump.
View the full results of the poll below.
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