Here's CNN/WMUR's latest offering, taken over the past five days:

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** No appreciable gains for Sen. John McCain over the past two months, even though voters there list Iraq as the most important problem and list McCain as the candidate who can best solve it.

** Immigration and terrorism are top concerns for roughly 15 percent of the electorate each. And more than 40% of voters say that Romney is best able to handle immigration. (He gets high marks for taxes, too).

** Mitt Romney's rising; Giuliani and Thompson are falling. Paul rises within the margin of error.

** 56% of the electorate is undecided.

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