Buried in the latest CNN/WMUR poll of New Hampshire is this intriguing stat:

On the question of which candidate would do a better job on health care, Clinton has always led. But in a month that saw Clinton deride Obama's plan for its lack of a mandate, the gap has narrowed by 16 points. All the other issues were relatively static.

Still, Clinton has a sizable, 21-pt advantage. But perhaps the increased attention to Obama's plan helped Democrats become more familiar with it.

BTW: 40% of New Hampshire voters say they're undecided and only 4% claim they'll be influenced by Iowa...

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