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Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton narrowly tops the field in New Hampshire, where her supporters are more committed than those of her chief rivals, Sen. Barack Obama and former senator John Edwards. She also has advantages on electability, experience and strength, while Obama has the edge as the most inspiring candidate.

[Graph: Results of a Washington Post-ABC News poll of New Hampshire Democratic voters]

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As N.H. Primary Nears, Clinton Clings to Narrow Lead
Article | Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton holds a narrow lead over Sen Barack Obama among Democratic presidential candidates in New Hampshire, a state whose primary her campaign has viewed as a potential firewall should she stumble in the Iowa caucuses, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.

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