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Hillary Clinton holding a small, but not statistically significant, lead over Donald Trump. R. Kelly Myers Marlin Fitzwater Fellow, Franklin Pierce University   Portsmouth, NH. – Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton remain competitively matched less than four months from Election Day. Hillary Clinton (44%) appears to have a slim edge over Donald Trump […]

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May 30, 2016 Presumptive Republican Presidential Nominee Donald Trump is locked in a tight race with presumptive Democratic Presidential Nominee Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire.  The Senate Race between Incumbent Republican Senator Kelly Ayotte and Democratic Challenger Maggie Hassan continues to show a tight race. R. Kelly Myers Marlin Fitzwater Fellow, Franklin Pierce University 603.433.3982 […]

This spring, the Boston Herald and Franklin Pierce announced a new pact. The two are partnering to put out New Hampshire polls and also give the school’s students the chance to write political columns for the paper. The polling efforts are headed by R. Kelly Myers, a university fellow and president of RKM Research. “He’s […]

Franklin Pierce University and the Boston Herald made a big splash late on Tuesday evening when they released the first-ever poll of the Democratic presidential primary to show Sen. Bernie Sanders leading former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. The survey, of FPU’s home state of New Hampshire, finds Sanders at 44 and Clinton at 37, with […]

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush has lost his front-runner edge in New Hampshire, not because GOP voters are sick of the Bush family but because conservatives are roundly rejecting him, a new Franklin Pierce University-Boston Herald poll shows. “Jeb Bush would love to have George W. Bush’s numbers,” said R. Kelly Myers, a Marlin Fitzwater […]

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