Day 6 of the 7News/UMass Lowell New Hampshire Tracking poll shows not much movement.
Hillary Clinton has narrowed the gap quite a bit this week. She started down 31 points this week but has closed that to a 14 point deficit. But I don't see her closing the deal by Tuesday's primary. Another tracking poll showed her down 12 points.
Bernie Sanders stayed steady at 55 percent, and Hillary Clinton gained a point. She now has 41 percent.
The tracking poll shows Sanders has stopped his downward trend.
As for Hillary Clinton, she's still ticking upwards, but now at slower pace.
On the Republican side, Donald Trump went up a point to 35 percent.
Marco Rubio lost a point, and now has 14.
Ted Cruz also lost a point. He has 13 and remains in third.
Jeb Bush and John Kasich both gained two points, and both have ten.
Chris Christie went down one to four percent.
Ben Carson is also down one with three percent, and Carly Fiorina is also at three.