New Hampshire poll shows Clinton and Romney in the lead.
MANCHESTER, New Hampshire (CNN) - A new poll by The New Hampshire Institute of Politics at St. Anselm's College finds former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-New York, each hold a lead over their competitors in the Granite State.
The poll shows Romney with 32 percent, giving him a 10 point lead over former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani who stands at 22 percent.
Sen. John McCain, R-Arizona, comes in third with 15 percent.
Rep. Ron Paul of Texas placed fourth with 7 percent over former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee (6 percent) and former Tennessee Sen. Fred Thompson (5 percent).
On the Democratic side, Sen. Clinton registers 43 percent, holding a commanding lead over Sen. Barack Obama, D-Illinois, who stood at 22 percent.
Former North Carolina Sen. John Edwards comes in third with 14 percent and New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson placed fourth with 6 percent.
The survey was conducted from October 15 to October 21 and surveyed 1,514 likely primary voters in New Hampshire. The margin of error for the entire sample is 2.6 percent.
- CNN New Hampshire Producer Sareena Dalla