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Mitt Romney has consistently been the clear leader in New Hampshire. Ron Paul’s numbers have shown gradual, if no consistent upward movement and today sits easily in second place.

However, the drama in tomorrow’s first in the nation primary will be for the relevance of the remaining candidates not named Perry as they fight for third. Rick Santorum’s numbers have weakened some since more intense scrutiny has been focused on him as the latest Anyone But Romney. Newt Gingrich’s slide has leveled off. Meanwhile, Jon Huntsman, using essentially the same strategy as Santorum did in Iowa, has been surging over the past two weeks.