While the New Hampshire 2016 presidential primary is some two years away, and few voters have made up their minds about who to cast their ballot for, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton remains the frontrunner for the Democratic nomination. The Republican Party, however, lacks a clear leader in the field, according to a new WMUR Granite State poll.
Nearly three-quarters of Democratic primary voters said they would cast their ballot for Clinton if the primary were held today. Her closest opponent is Vice President Joe Biden, who garners 10 percent of the vote. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who has said he would not challenge Clinton, brought in 2 percent.