As for the Democrats, Clinton is favored by a whopping 64 percent, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) has 6 percent, tied with Vice President Biden.
Okay, it’s early. And the polls are relatively meaningless save maybe to set a bit of a baseline for further polling down the road and get some clicks online. The poll itself notes that “New Hampshire primary voters typically decide who they will vote for in the last weeks, or even days, of the campaign.” (Even so, 2 percent already said they would not vote for Hickenlooper. Who? That’s Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper (D), so he’s got some heavy lifting to do.)
Even the politically astute folks in the Granite State didn’t seem to have focused much on the race, with many saying they didn’t know enough to have a favorable or unfavorable opinion of many of the GOP candidates, with Cruz leading the field at 43 percent.
Well, remember Bill Clinton’s 1992 theme song: “Don’t Stop Thinking About Tomorrow.” So now, for 2020, we’re thinking. . .