Presidential contender Bernie Sanders remains in the lead in New Hampshire, according to a Boston Herald/FPU poll released today.
The poll, conducted between the 14th and 17th of October shows Sanders with 38 per cent of support of likely Democratic voters in New Hampshire.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton sits on 30 per cent, according to the poll. Vice President Joe Biden, who is yet to announce whether he will run, is not far behind, with 19 per cent of support.
The poll also showed that Sanders would hold an even larger, 10 point lead over Clinton if Joe Biden was not to enter the race.
The Boston Herald/Franklin Pierce-Herald poll has a margin of error of plus or minus 4.9 per cent.