There’s been a lot of chatter recently about McCain making a comeback in New Hampshire, and understandably — McCain has risen into a statistical tie for second place with Giuliani. What’s less been less widely noted is that Romney’s lead in New Hampshire has been growing. You can see it clearly in the Pollster.com graph. What it looks like to me is that the McCain boom is actually a Giuliani bust — for whatever reason, Rudy’s numbers are falling, and McCain and Romney are both benefiting. That’s good for McCain, of course, but it’s even better for Romney.
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