Raleigh, N.C. – Hillary Clinton maintained her lead in New Hampshire against potential opponents for president by margins of four to 12 points each this weekend. Republican Chris Christie gave her the closest challenge with 39% to her 43%.
Yet her dominance has dropped a bit among Democrats since we polled in April. Among likely Democratic primary voters, 57% chose her for their presidential candidate, compared to 68% five months ago. Joe Biden was next with 12%, then Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren with 11%, up from 5% in April.
With Clinton out of the race, Biden leads with 36%, a drop since his 44% in April. 23% said they weren’t sure or wanted someone else, and 20% chose Warren.