Sunday, September 07, 2003

Edwards, Gephardt, Lieberman are tied for third in New Hampshire.

So says a Boston Globe and WBZ-TV poll conducted between Tuesday, September 2 and Wednesday, September 3:

Dean drew support from 38 percent of likely voters, compared with 26 percent for Kerry, who remains in second place in the state. . . . The other seven Democrats in the race fell far behind the top two candidates, failing to register in double-digits in the state. Representative Richard A. Gephardt of Missouri and Senator Joseph I. Lieberman of Connecticut each received 7 percent of the Democratic field, while Senator John Edwards of North Carolina received 6 percent.