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Mon November 5, 2012
Final Poll Before Election Suggests Democratic Sweep
The final round of Polling from the UNH Survey Center is in, and it indicates that Democrats have maintained a slight edge in the Granite State going into tomorrow’s election.
This latest poll suggests that President Barack Obama, Senator Maggie Hassan, and Anne Mclane Kuster have maintained slender leads over the past week.
The poll's biggest surprise comes in the first congressional district where incumbent Congressman Frank Guinta and former Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter have pulled even.
When the poll pushes undecided voters as to where they are leaning, it puts Shea-Porter ever-so-slightly in the lead, but by a margin substantially smaller than the margin of error.
This is the first time that Shea-Porter has led in this poll in over a month.
The Survey Center also continues to forecast slim Democratic Majorities in the State House and Senate, though the margins have narrowed by five and four percentage points, respectively, since last poll.