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2016 New Hampshire Democratic Primary

32 Delegates: Allocated Proportionately (February 9, 2015)

(Please Note: Total delegates include 24 soft pledged and 8 soft unpledged “superdelegates”)

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Polling Data

PollDateSampleMoESandersClintonO'MalleySpread
PPD Average 2/2 - 2/8 0 -- 54.5 41.2 Sanders +13.3
ARG 2/7 - 2/8 409 5 53.0 44.0 Sanders +9
CNN/WMUR 2/4 - 2/8 363 5.1 61.0 35.0 Sanders +26
Emerson 2/4 - 2/7 783 3.7 54.0 42.0 Sanders +12
UMass/7News (Tracking) 2/5 - 2/7 407 5.5 56.0 40.0 Sanders +16
ARG (Tracking) 2/6 - 2/7 408 5 53.0 41.0 Sanders +12
Monmouth 2/4 - 2/6 502 4.4 52.0 42.0 Sanders +10
UMass/7News (Tracking) 2/3 - 2/5 433 5.2 55.0 41.0 Sanders +14
ARG (Tracking) 2/4 - 2/5 405 5 53.0 41.0 Sanders +12
Boston Globe/Suffolk 2/2 - 2/4 500 4.4 50.0 41.0 Sanders +9
WBUR/MassINC 2/2 - 2/4 393 4.9 54.0 39.0 Sanders +15
Gravis Marketing 2/2 - 2/4 702 3.7 58.0 42.0 Sanders +16
CNN/WMUR 2/2 - 2/4 228 6.5 61.0 30.0 Sanders +31
NBC/WSJ/Marist 2/2 - 2/3 567 4.1 58.0 38.0 Sanders +20
UMass/7News (Tracking) 2/2 - 2/4 434 5.2 55.0 40.0 Sanders +15
ARG (Tracking) 2/3 - 2/4 409 5 54.0 38.0 Sanders +16
CNN/WMUR 2/2 - 2/4 228 6.5 61.0 30.0 Sanders +31
NBC/WSJ/Marist 2/2 - 2/3 567 4.1 58.0 38.0 Sanders +20
UMass/7News (Tracking) 2/1 - 2/3 420 5.3 58.0 36.0 Sanders +22
ARG 2/2 - 2/3 410 5 54.0 38.0 Sanders +16
UMass/7News (Tracking) 1/31 - 2/2 415 5.4 61.0 32.0 Sanders +29
ARG 1/29 - 1/31 600 4 49.0 43.0 Sanders +6
UMass Lowell/7News 1/29 - 1/31 442 5.3 61.0 30.0 Sanders +31
CNN/WMUR 1/27 - 1/30 347 5.3 57.0 34.0 Sanders +23
Boston Herald/FPU 1/26 - 1/30 409 4.9 57.0 37.0 Sanders +20
Emerson 1/25 - 1/26 350 5.2 52.0 44.0 Sanders +8
ARG 1/23 - 1/25 600 4 49.0 42.0 Sanders +7
Boston Herald/FPU 1/20 - 1/24 408 4.9 55.0 39.0 Sanders +16
FOX News 1/18 - 1/21 400 5 56.0 34.0 Sanders +22
CBS/YouGov 1/18 - 1/21 463 8.2 57.0 38.0 Sanders +19
Suffolk University 1/19 - 1/21 500 4.4 50.0 41.0 Sanders +9
CNN/WMUR 1/13 - 1/18 420 4.8 60.0 33.0 Sanders +27
ARG 1/15 - 1/18 600 4 49.0 43.0 Sanders +6
Gravis 1/15 - 1/18 472 4.5 46.0 43.0 Sanders +3
Monmouth 1/7 - 1/10 413 4.8 53.0 39.0 Sanders +14
Monmouth 1/7 - 1/10 413 4.8 53.0 39.0 Sanders +14
ARG 1/7 - 1/10 400 5 47.0 44.0 Sanders +3
FOX News 1/4 - 1/7 386 5 50.0 37.0 Sanders +13
PPP (D) 1/4 - 1/6 480 4.5 44.0 47.0 Clinton +3
NBC/WSJ/Marist 1/2 - 1/7 425 4.8 50.0 46.0 Sanders +4
ARG 12/20 - 12/20 600 4 43.0 46.0 Clinton +3
CBS News/YouGov 12/14 - 12/17 458 7.5 56.0 42.0 Sanders +14
Boston Herald 12/13 - 12/17 410 4.8 48.0 46.0 Sanders +2
CNN/WMUR 11/30 - 12/7 370 5.1 50.0 40.0 Sanders +10
PPP (D) 11/30 - 12/2 458 4.6 42.0 44.0 Clinton +2
CBS News/YouGov 11/15 - 11/19 561 6.9 52.0 45.0 Sanders +7
FOX News 11/15 - 11/17 302 5.5 45.0 44.0 Sanders +1
Gravis 11/11 - 11/11 214 6.7 25.0 46.0 Clinton +21
Monmouth 10/29 - 11/1 403 4.9 45.0 48.0 Clinton +3
CBS/YouGov 10/15 - 10/22 499 7.1 54.0 39.0 Sanders +15
PPP (D) 10/16 - 10/18 393 4.9 33.0 41.0 Clinton +8
WBUR 10/15 - 10/18 401 4.9 34.0 38.0 Clinton +4
Bloomberg/St. Anselm 10/15 - 10/18 400 4.9 41.0 36.0 Sanders +5
Boston Herald/FPU 10/14 - 10/17 403 4.9 38.0 30.0 Sanders +8
Boston Globe/Suffolk 10/14 - 10/15 500 4.4 35.0 37.0 Clinton +2
Gravis Marketing 10/5 - 10/6 373 5.1 33.0 30.0 Sanders +3
NBC News/Wall St. Jrnl 9/23 - 9/30 404 4.9 42.0 28.0 Sanders +14
CNN/WMUR 9/17 - 9/23 314 5.5 46.0 30.0 Sanders +16
WBUR 9/12 - 9/15 404 4.9 35.0 31.0 Sanders +4
Monmouth 9/10 - 9/13 400 4.9 43.0 36.0 Sanders +7
CBS News/YouGov 9/3 - 9/10 548 7.4 52.0 30.0 Sanders +22
NBC News/Marist 8/26 - 9/2 356 5.2 41.0 32.0 Sanders +9
PPP (D) 8/21 - 8/24 370 5.1 42.0 35.0 Sanders +7
Boston Herald/FPU 8/7 - 8/10 442 4.7 44.0 37.0 Sanders +7
Gravis Marketing 7/31 - 8/3 475 4.5 39.0 43.0 Clinton +4
WMUR/UNH 7/22 - 7/30 276 5.9 36.0 42.0 Clinton +6
NBC News/Marist 7/14 - 7/21 329 5.4 32.0 42.0 Clinton +10
CNN/WMUR 6/18 - 6/24 360 5.2 35.0 43.0 Clinton +8
Bloomberg/St. Anselm 6/19 - 6/22 400 4.9 24.0 56.0 Clinton +32
Suffolk University 6/11 - 6/15 500 4.4 31.0 41.0 Clinton +10
Morning Consult 5/31 - 6/8 279 6 32.0 44.0 Clinton +12
Bloomberg/St. Anselm 5/2 - 5/6 400 4.9 18.0 62.0 Clinton +44
WMUR/UNH 4/24 - 5/3 229 6.5 13.0 51.0 Clinton +31
Gravis Marketing 4/21 - 4/22 369 5 12.0 45.0 Clinton +21
PPP (D) 4/9 - 4/13 329 5.4 12.0 45.0 Clinton +22
Boston Herald/FPU 3/22 - 3/25 417 4.7 8.0 47.0 Clinton +25
Gravis Marketing 3/18 - 3/19 427 5 12.0 49.0 Clinton +29
NBC News/Marist 2/3 - 2/10 309 5.6 13.0 69.0 Clinton +56
Bloomberg/Saint Anselm 1/31 - 2/5 400 4.9 8.0 56.0 Clinton +41
Gravis Marketing 2/2 - 2/3 384 -- 13.0 44.0 Clinton +19
WMUR/UNH 1/22 - 2/3 297 5.7 6.0 58.0 Clinton +44
Bloomberg/Saint Anselm 11/12 - 11/18 404 4.9 6.0 62.0 Clinton +49
New England College 10/31 - 11/1 583 4.1 7.0 53.0 Clinton +36
UMass Amherst/WBZ 10/10 - 10/15 204 -- 11.0 49.0 Clinton +33
WMUR/UNH 9/29 - 10/5 234 6.4 3.0 58.0 Clinton +40
CNN/ORC 9/8 - 9/11 334 5.5 7.0 60.0 Clinton +49
WMUR/UNH 6/19 - 7/1 257 6.1 5.0 59.0 Clinton +45
WMUR/UNH 4/1 - 4/9 184 7.2 0.0 65.0 Clinton +59
WMUR/UNH 1/21 - 1/26 205 6.8 0.0 74.0 Clinton +64
Purple Strategies 1/21 - 1/23 334 5.4 0.0 68.0 Clinton +55
PPP (D) 1/9 - 1/12 502 4.4 0.0 65.0 Clinton +55
WMUR/UNH 10/7 - 10/16 252 6.2 0.0 64.0 Clinton +58
PPP (D) 9/13 - 9/16 455 4.6 0.0 57.0 Clinton +45
WMUR/UNH 7/18 - 7/29 190 7.1 0.0 62.0 Clinton +54
NH Journal/NE College 7/13 - 7/16 333 5.4 0.0 65.0 Clinton +57
New England College 5/2 - 5/5 314 5.5 0.0 65.0 Clinton +55
PPP (D) 4/19 - 4/21 368 5.1 0.0 68.0 Clinton +56
WMUR/UNH 4/4 - 4/9 188 7.1 0.0 61.0 Clinton +54
WMUR/UNH 1/30 - 2/5 201 7 0.0 63.0 Clinton +53
PPP (D) 8/9 - 8/12 400 4.9 0.0 55.0 Clinton +46
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Above is table listing the latest 2016 New Hampshire Democratic primary polls and aggregate PPD polling average for the first in the nation primary. There are 24 delegates up for grabs in the New Hampshire Democratic primary on Tuesday February 9, 2016, which are to be allocated proportionately.

There are another 8 “superdelegates,” or Party Leaders and Elected Officials (PLEO), who will go to the Democratic National Convention officially “Unpledged,” including 5 Democratic National Committee members, 2 members of Congress (1 senator and 1 representative), and 1 representing the Granite State governor.

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