Bill Richardson meets with Iowa voters.
WASHINGTON (CNN) - Most Democratic voters in the early nominating states have been bombarded with phone calls and home visits from the presidential campaigns, according to a Pew Research Center Poll released Friday.
In Iowa, 65 percent of likely Democratic caucus-goers said they have received personal phone calls from campaigns and 33 percent said campaign volunteers have visited their homes. The campaigns are almost as active in New Hampshire, with 56 percent saying they have been called by a campaign, and 30 percent saying they have received home visits.
The Republican campaigns have not been as active in either state, according to the poll. In Iowa, 46 percent said they received personal calls and 8 percent said they were visited at home. In New Hampshire, 45 percent said they had been called from the campaigns and 15 percent said they had been visited at home.
But both parties have been inundating potential voters with robo-calls. About 80 percent of likely Iowa caucus-goers in both parties said they have gotten prerecorded calls from the campaigns. In New Hampshire, 67 percent of Democrats and 70 percent of Republicans said they have received them.
The Iowa poll included 2,111 registered voters and the margin of error was plus or minus 4 percentage points. The New Hampshire poll surveyed 1,300 registered voters, with a margin of error of plus or minus 3.5 percentage points.
- CNN Associate Producer Lauren Kornreich