That's according to a Public Policy Polling survey out this week, which finds Mitt Romney crushing the GOP presidential field among New Hampshire Republicans, ahead of Sarah Palin (distant second) and Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul (tied for third).


Romney took second in the N.H. primary in 2008, losing out to John McCain 37% to 32%.

Here are the results from PPP, garnered from a survey of 642 N.H. Republicans, margin of error being +/-3.9%. Note that this was the 10th question asked by PPP's automated survey, meaning it could, in theory, be less accurate than the first questions (which concerned the state's Senate race).
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