A new CNN/WMUR survey in New Hampshire finds Sen. John McCain and Mitt Romney tied for first place in next week's primary with 29% each -- "a huge comeback for the Arizona senator, who was written off by many pundits after his campaign imploded earlier in the year. Six months ago, he placed fourth in the same poll, with support just barely in double digits." Rudy Giuliani is third with 12%, followed by Mike Huckabee at 10%.
The Democratic primary race is also neck-and-neck with Sen. Hillary Clinton in a statistical tie with Sen. Barack Obama. Clinton leads with 34%, followed by Obama at 30% and John Edwards at 17%.
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