The good news for Bill Clinton is that he leads Democrats in the latest New Hampshire Presidential poll--if you don't count "undecided." The bad news: He was chosen by just 24% of 600 Granite State Democrats surveyed by American Research Group on Dec. 19-29. Clinton beat ex-Governor Mario Cuomo (21%), '92 rival Paul Tsongas (11%), retired General Colin Powell (10%), Vice-President Al Gore (5%), and civil rights activist Jesse Jackson (2%). The undecided vote was 27%.
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