From New Hampshire there's good news for Mitt Romney:
The WMUR-CNN poll of likely Republican voters conducted by the University of New Hampshire shows Romney with 33 percent support, up from 25 percent in the same poll in September. Giuliani has declined, slipping to 16 percent compared to 24 percent in September.
Those polled also described Romney as the most likely to win the nomination, with 39 percent choosing him and 26 percent saying Giuliani could go the distance.Just 8 percent said John McCain has what it takes to win the nomination, but 18 percent of voters said they would vote for him, the same as in September. Although his support has remained steady, McCain has moved into second place because of Giuliani's slide.
Giuliani is now third choice among Republicans, behind both Romney and McCain, in that state. The poll results are here. Makes you wonder if Rudy's continued arrogance/exploitation of 9/11 and the recent indictment of Bernard Kerik are taking an effect on voters. God, I sure hope so.