Presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are tied in New Hampshire, according to the latest Boston Globe/Suffolk University poll released today.
Both candidates have 42 percent in the state. Five percent of voters are supporting independent Gary Johnson and two percent support Green Party nominee Jill Stein. Eight percent say that they are undecided.
Clinton led the state by two points in the October poll — 44 percent to Trump’s 42 percent, but her support appears to have lessened.
The poll also shows good news for Republican Senate incumbent Kelly Ayotte, who is leading her Democratic challenger by two points.