Clinton Has Work to Do in New Hampshire (‘Concord Monitor’)



In a Concord Monitor opinion piece, Ronald Shaiko, a senior fellow and the associate director of the Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences, says Dartmouth’s eighth annual New Hampshire State of the State Poll shows that Hillary Clinton has her work cut out for her in the Granite State.

“In the head-to-head pairings of Hillary Clinton and seven potential Republican candidates for president in 2016 (Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, Ted Cruz, Mike Huckabee, Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, and Scott Walker), Clinton finds herself within the margin of error against six of the seven candidates,” writes Shaiko.

Read the full opinion piece, published 5/7/15 by the Concord Monitor.

The annual poll is run by the Rockefeller Center’s Class of 1964 Policy Research Shop. The telephone polling data is gathered by Dartmouth students in Professor of Government Deborah Brooks’ “Polling, Public Opinion, and Public Policy” class as well as by Policy Research Shop students.

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