Hillary Clinton’s lead in New Hampshire, which was at 20 points not too long ago, has vanished. Barack Obama, seen above in my dreams, is now in a statistical tie with the once “inevitable” front runner.
Clinton polled at 31% to Obama’s 30%. Former Senator John Edwards is trailing those two at 16%.
Clinton’s support among women dropped 10% since the last poll, possibly because Obama was campaigning with Oprah recently in the Granite State.
If Clinton loses both Iowa and New Hampshire, which is extremely possible with less than 3 weeks until voting begins, her campaign is in tremendous jeopardy. In contrast, two Obama wins in these important states could carry a whole lot of momentum into super Tuesday.