Suffolk University Iowa Poll Shows Hillary Clinton Strong and GOP Field Scattered in Advance of Caucuses – April 9, 2014
CNN
Wall Street Journal “Washington Wire” blog
Politico
MSNC Morning Joe/Elections
Real Clear Politics blog
Fox News
WHO-DM (NBC), DesMoines
Huffington Post
N.Y. Daily News
Washington Times
Washington Examiner
Iowa Republican
Des Moines Register
Post-Standard
Modesto Bee
Enquirer-Herald
Tri-City Herald
Kansas City Star
Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Suffolk University/Boston Herald poll shows Shaheen with strong lead over Scott Brown and others in N.H. Senate race – March 6, 2014
Electronic coverage
MSNBC “Hardball with Chris Matthews”
Boston Herald coverage:
Political Research Center Director David Paleologos: “Rocky for Brown in Granite State”
“N.H. Democrats Avoid Obamacare Backlash”
“Brown wounded by pre-emptive strikes”
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “N.H. voters don’t trust Mass. ‘carpetbagger’”
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New York Times
Boston.com “Political Intelligence”
USA Today
Politico
The Hill
Foster’s Daily Democrat (N.H.)
Lowell Sun
Valley Dispatch
Sunshine State News
Albuquerque (Australia) Express

Suffolk University/Boston Herald poll shows Coakley leading Democratic rivals and GOP’s Baker in race for governor – Feb. 4, 2014
Electronic coverage
Boston Herald coverage:
Tune in for poll results
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center: “Pollster: Dems have work cut out before convention”
“Martha in front in chase for gov”
“Baker says he’s helping people get health care”
“Dems, Baker square off on report”
“Spoilers throw lifeline to Dems”
“Roche summoned to closed-door meeting”
“More pols back death penalty for Tsarnaev”
Additional media mentions:
Boston.com
WGBH News
Boston Business Journal
Mass Live
Metro Boston
Fitchburg Sentinel & Enterprise
Lowell Sun
Springfield Republican
Daily Free Press
Patch newspapers:
Holliston-Hopkinton Patch Grafton, Marlborough, Natick, Dover-Sherborn, Norwood, Dedham, South End, Beacon Hill, Hingham, Winchester, Watertown, Burlington, Wakefield, Weston, Swampscott, Braintree, Arlington, Attleboro, Foxborough, Falmouth, Martha’s Vineyard, Marlbehead, Medford, Somerville, Malden, Melrose, Hamilton-Wenham and Canton (Conn.)
Daily Journal (Indiana)
The State (South Carolina)
The Register-Guard (Oregon)

 

Suffolk University/Boston Herald poll shows State Rep. Martin Walsh (46 percent) leads City Councilor-at-Large John Connolly (43 percent) in the Boston mayoral race, with 9 percent undecided. -- Nov. 1, 2013
Electronic coverage
Boston Herald articles:
“Add up results with Paleologos, Herald pundits”
“Horse race tightens – Walsh takes slim lead into homestretch”
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center: “Walsh surges, but race still anyone’s ballgame”
Fight for Ward 18”
“Wu could tip mayoral scale”
“Walsh mum on outing big-bucks contributors”
“Casino camps going all-in to get out vote”
“Down To Last-Ditch Pitch”
“Menino move may damage Connolly bid”
“Camps target key wards with ground attack today”
“Eastie casino players vow game face for polls today”
Additional media mentions:
Boston Globe
Wall Street Journal
WBUR
Huffington Post
National Journal
BostInno
Universal Hub

Suffolk University/Boston Herald survey shows 47 percent of East Boston voters support casino, 39 percent oppose – Oct. 10, 2013
Boston Herald mentions:
“Eastie Backs Casino…by Slimmest of Margins”
“Gaming foes say they’re chipping away at support”
“Suffolk Downs Cuts Caesars”
East Boston Times-Free Press - "Poll Shows Eastie Voters Favor Casino"
Gaming Today - "Caesars' Massachusetts casino plan no slam dunk"

Suffolk University/Boston Herald Mayoral Poll Shows Connolly Leading Walsh by 7 points – Oct.7, 2013
Boston Herald articles:
The Breakdown
“Next big thing: Golar Richie’s endorsement"
“Rivals Wage Battle Over Endorsements”
“With friends like Marty’s"
“Endorsements Shake Up Race”
“Connolly taps into campaign’s key asset”
“Lynch, Capuano expected to back Walsh”
“Menino’s legacy takes a blow”
Boston Globe
Reuters
Boston.com
WBUR
Fox25Boston
Mass Live
Metro Boston
Dorchester Reporter – “Poll shows Pressley, Wu looking good in at-large finale”
Irish Echo
The Albany (Ga.) Herald

Suffolk University/Boston Herald Mayoral Poll Shows Connolly Separating from Pack –
Sept. 18, 2013
Electronic coverage

Boston Herald articles:
“DA Conley, Golar Richie jump in poll”
“Breaking down the poll numbers”
“Pollster: Menino’s shot at being kingmaker now”
“Who’s hot Who’s not in the race for mayor”
“Casino splits voters”
“Showdown looms over casino vote”
“Councilors get F for teachers union support”

Additional media mentions:
Boston Globe
Reuters
Boston Globe
WLMI
Boston Metro
Hartford Courant

Suffolk University/Boston Herald Mayoral Poll Shows Connolly, Walsh Leading Pack – July 16, 2014
Boston Herald articles:
“The numbers are in!”
“Voters still love Menino, but they’re ready for a change”
“With voters yet to focus, race remains in flux”
“Three tiers of candidates emerge”
“Safety, Schools Fail to Galvanize Voters”
“´Second choice΄ votes favor Conley, Connolly”
“Undecideds give minority hopefuls ‘room to grow’”
Boston Globe
WBZ-TV Ch. 4
WGBH News
NECN
Boston magazine
MetroBoston
Reuters

Democrat Edward Markey (52 percent) holds a comfortable lead over Republican Gabriel Gomez (42 percent) with just a day to go before the special election for U.S. Senate in Massachusetts, according to a Suffolk University statewide poll of tightly screened likely voters. – June 24, 2013
Electronic media coverage
Media mentions:
New York Times
Boston Globe
Boston Herald
Boston Herald
Boston.com - “Political Intelligence”
Mass Live
New York Times – “The Caucus”
Christian Science Monitor
Politico
Washington Times
Washington Post – “Post Politics”
The Weekly Standard blog
The Hill
CBS News
Talk Radio News Service
UPI

The Suffolk University poll of June 10 is cited in the following publications – June 12-13, 2013
The New York Times
The Wall Street Journal
Washington Examiner
Washington Post
Chicago Tribune
Article also appeared in:
Baltimore Sun
Daily Press, Newport News, Va.
Orlando Sentinel
Hartford Courant
Boston Globe
Boston Herald
Metro West Daily News
Springfield Republican
Springfield Republican
Boston Herald

Democratic Congressman Edward Markey holds a modest lead over Republican challenger Gabriel Gomez with just over two weeks to go before the special election for U.S. Senate in Massachusetts, according to a Suffolk University statewide poll of tightly screened likely voters. -- June 10, 2013
Media mentions:
Electronic coverage
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CNN “Political Ticker”
Wall Street Journal
Washington (D.C.) Examiner
Chicago Tribune
Los Angeles Times
Boston Herald
Boston Globe
Boston Herald
Boston.com
Boston Herald
Boston.com – “Political Intelligence”
WBUR
Mass Live
Investor’s Business Daily
Washington Post – “The Fix”
Washington Post – “The Plum Line”
The Weekly Standard, Washington, D.C.
Patriot Ledger
Metro West Daily News
Taunton Daily Gazette
Milford Daily News
Cape Cod Times
Lowell Sun
Standard-Times
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Wicked Local
Patch newspapers
Back Bay; Beacon Hill; Wilmington; Concord, Calif.
Metro Boston
McClatchy
Baltimore Sun
San Diego Union-Tribune
Sacramento Bee
Russia News
Daily Journal, Franklin, Ind.

Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Edward Markey begins the early general election polling with a wide lead over Republican challenger Gabriel Gomez, according to a Suffolk University/7NEWS (WHDH-Boston) statewide poll of screened likely voters. -- May 8, 2013
Media mentions:
WHDH- 7News “The Hiller Instinct
The New York Times – “The Caucus” blog
The Wall Street Journal – “The Washington Wire” blog
Reuters
CNN
CNN – “Washington AM Note”
Politico
NBC News – “First Read”
MSNBC – “The Maddow Blog”
TPM Livewire
WHDH 7News – “The Hiller Instinct"
National Review
Boston Globe
Boston.com
Boston Herald
Politico
WBUR
RTT News
Huffington Post
Bloomberg
Patriot Ledger
Brockton Enterprise
Sun Chronicle
Medford Daily Mercury
Malden Evening News
El Mundo
Patriot Ledger
Sun Chronicle
Medford Mercury
Malden Evening News
Taunton Daily Gazette
Herald News (Fall River)
Dorchester Reporter
Daily News, Newburyport
Daily Times Chronicle
Burlington Union
Old Colony Memorial, Plymouth
Carver Reporter
Duxbury Reporter
Kingston Reporter
Abington Mariner
Hanover Mariner
Norwell Mariner
Pembroke Mariner
Holbrook Sun
Wareham Courier

U.S. Rep. Edward Markey is crushing fellow Congressman Stephen Lynch in three key Democratic bellwethers, according to a Suffolk University/7NEWS (WHDH-Boston) bellwether poll of tightly screened Democratic voters in Sandwich, Swampscott, and Newburyport. -- April 28, 2013
Media mentions:
The Hill
MSNBC
Mass Live
NECN
WBUR
Daily Kos

Mitt Romney has a path to 270 electoral votes, but no room for error, according to Suffolk University’s analysis of bellwether areas in the key swing states of Ohio and New Hampshire. -- Nov. 5, 2012
Electronic coverage
Boston Globe
Boston Herald
Washington Times
National Review
Wicked Local
Esquire|
Burlington (Vt.) Free Press

Suffolk University7News poll – Oct. 30, 2012
Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren (53 percent) has widened her lead over incumbent Republican Scott Brown (46 percent), according to a survey of likely general election voters in Massachusetts. Ballot question on prescribing life-ending medication losing support.
Electronic coverage - Nov. 1
Electronic coverage – Oct. 31
Electronic coverage- Oct. 30
Boston Globe
Boston Globe – Political Intelligence
Politico
Washington Post
Boston Herald – “Debate debate redux”
Esquire
Sunday Enterprise, Brockton - “Personal stories on both sides of physician-assisted suicide debate”
Cape Cod Times:
Question 2 Losing Favor With Voters"
“Organizers cancel final Senate debate”
Milford Daily News
Eagle Tribune,Lawrence
Republican, Springfield:
“Brown changes tone in TV ad”
“Suicide referendum appears to lose steam”
“Warren focus on families in closing ad”
Metro West Daily News:
Support plunges for assisted suicide question”
Warren agrees to rescheduled Senate debate”

 

Suffolk University poll – Oct. 22, 2012
Republican nominee Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama are tied at 47 percent each in a Buckeye State showdown, according to a survey of likely voters in that swing state.
Electronic coverage - Oct. 23, 2012
Electronic coverage - Oct. 2, 2012
UPI
CNN Politics
Washington Post
Reuters

Suffolk University/7News poll – Oct. 15, 2012
Republican Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama are tied, with each polling at 47 percent in a Granite State showdown, according to a survey of likely voters in that swing state.
Electronic coverage- Oct. 18, 2012
Electronic coverage - Oct. 16, 2012
Boston Globe
Boston.com "Political Intelligence"
CNN Politics
U.S. News & World Report
Reuters
WBZ
The Hill
Business Insider
Nashua (N.H.) Telegraph
TPM Livewire
New York Post
The Weekly Standard
Buenos Aires News
Kennebec Journal
Eagle Tribune
Seacoast online
Portland Press Herald
Brattleboro Reformer
San Antonio Express

Suffolk University/7NEWS (WSVN-Miami) poll – Oct. 2, 2012
President Barack Obama leads Republican Mitt Romney by 3 points (46 percent to 43 percent, with 7 percent undecided), according to a survey of likely voters in Florida.
Electronic coverage - Oct. 3, 2012
Electronic coverage - Oct. 2, 2012
CNN – Political Ticker
Washington Post
The Hill
National Journal
Tampa Bay Times
Orlando Sentinel
South Florida Sun Sentinel
The Ledger, Lakeland, Fla.
New York Daily News
New York Post

 

 

Suffolk University/NBC12 (WWBT-Richmond) Poll – Sept. 27, 2012
President Barack Obama (46 percent) clings to a 2-point lead over Republican challenger Mitt Romney (44 percent), in a swing-state nail-biter, according to a survey of likely general-election voters in Virginia. Seven percent were undecided.
WWBT, Richmond, Va.
MSNBC – “The Rachel Maddow Show”
CNN – “ Piers Morgan Tonight”
MSNBC – “Morning Joe”
NBC Washington “First Read -DMV”
New England Cable News – “Broadside”
WDBJ
Additional electronic coverage – Sept. 27, 2012
Politico
Washington Examiner
National Journal
Pilot Online (Va.)
Augusta (Va.) Free Press
The Hill
Business Insider
The American Prospect - “Poll of the Day”
New York Post
Lucianne.com

Suffolk University/7News Poll – Sept. 17, 2012
Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren (48 percent) has overtaken incumbent Republican Scott Brown (44 percent) in the Massachusetts race for the U.S. Senate. Romney lags by 33 points among Massachusetts home state voters.
Electronic Coverage- Sept. 22, 2012
Electronic Coverage - Sept. 21, 2012
Electronic Coverage - Sept. 20, 2012
Electronic Coverage - Sept. 18, 2012
Electronic Coverage – Sept. 17, 2012
Houston Chronicle – Sept. 22, 2012
CNN Politics– Sept. 26, 2012
WHDH-TV Ch. 7 – “The Hiller Instinct”
Time – Sept. 21, 2012
CNN Politics – Sept. 21, 2012
IBN Live India – Sept. 21, 2012
Boston Herald – Sept. 21, 2012
Boston.com – Sept. 19, 2012
CBS News – “Political Hotsheet”
New York Times – “The Caucus”
Boston Globe
Boston.com
Boston Herald
Bloomberg News
Politico
MassLive
The Hill
National Journal
Lowell Sun
CNN Politics
Wall Street Journal “Washington Wire”
Washington Post blog
Daily Kos
Christian Science Monitor
Huffington Post
State House News Service
Boston Magazine “Boston Daily” blog
The Hill “Ballot Box”
Worcester Telegram
Los Angeles Times
Enterprise News, Brockton

 

 

Suffolk University-USA TODAY Poll – Aug. 15, 2012
Nearly 40 percent of adult U.S. citizens will stay away from the polls this coming November, but if these Americans were to vote, President Barack Obama would coast to a second term in office, according to a Suffolk University-USA TODAY nationwide survey of unregistered and unlikely voters.
Coverage:
Electronic media - Aug. 20, 2012
Electronic media - Aug. 17, 2012
Electronic media - Aug. 16, 2012
Electronic media - Aug. 15, 2012
Wall Street Journal "Washington Wire"
Politico
CNN - Political Ticker
Huffington Post
Orlando Sentinel
ABC News blog “The Note”
Los Angeles Times
Washington Examiner
Washington Post
MassLive
WSB Radio, Atlanta, Ga.
Political Wire
Daily Kos
BostonInno
National Journal
The Daily Beast
Planet Washington – McClatchy blog
Poughkeepsie Journal
Tucson Citizen
Dayton(Ohio) Daily News
Great Falls Tribune
Hattiesburg American
Lansing State Journal
The Fort Collins Coloradoan
Augusta Free Press, Waynesboro, Va.
Anchorage Daily News
Richmond Times-Dispatch
Hartford (Conn.) Courant
Sun Sentinel
The Republican
Great Falls Tribune
Des Moines Register
Desert Sun
Cincinnati Enquirer
Statesman Journal
Clarion-Ledger
Salinas Californian
Livingston County Daily Press and Argus
Daily Advertiser
Green Bay Press-Gazette
Times Record
Wausau Daily Herald
Detroit Free Press
Baxter Bulletin
The Spectrum
Greenville News
Daily News Journal
Sheboygan Press
Oshkosh Northwestern
Guam Pacific Daily News
News-Herald
Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune
Iowa City Press
Mansfield News-Journal
Marion Star
Battle Creek Enquirer
Herald Times Reporter
Alexandria Daily Town Talk
Fremont News messenger
Port Huron Times Herald
Jackson Sun
Springfield News-Leader
Tallahassee Democrat
Journal & Courier
Journal Courier, Lafayette, Ind.

Suffolk University/7News (WHDH-Boston) Poll – May 23, 2012
Republican incumbent Scott Brown (48 percent) clings to a one-point lead over Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren (47 percent) in the Massachusetts race for the U.S. Senate.
Media coverage:
WHDH-TV “Hiller Instinct”
Electronic media coverage - May 25
Electronic media coverage - May 24
Boston Globe – “Brown’s new TV ad extols bipartisanship”- May 29
Boston Herald – “Dem Underdog’s Message for Warren… Dare to debate?” - May 29
WCVB-TV Boston – May 27
Boston Sunday Globe – “Timing is a key in running-mate selection” - May 27
Boston Sunday Herald– “Senate honors heroes” - May 27
Boston Globe – “Menino criticizes Brown’s focus” - May 26
NECN “The Morning Show”
Boston Globe “Health care will test Patrick’s skills”
Boston Globe
Boston.com
The New York Times - “Voters Shrug at Revelations of Ethnic Claim in Senate Race”
The New York Times – “Romney’s Massachusetts Woes: A Bad Omen?”
Bloomberg Businessweek
Washington Post
CNN “Political Ticker”
CBS News “Political Hotsheet”
MSNBC “First Read”
ABC News - The Note
Politico “Huddle”
Huffington Post
Huffington Post, Huffpost Hill
Politico blog
MSNBC “The Maddow Blog”
The Hill
Salon
Republican, Springfield, Mass.
Boston.com blog
National Journal
Lowell Sun
The Eagle-Tribune
Cape Cod Today
MetroWest Daily News
Daily Comet, La.

CBS News, Political Hotsheet– May 24, 2012

Suffolk University/7News (WSVN-Miami) Poll – May 10, 2012
Florida Voters: Keep an Eye on Neighborhood Watch
Poll shows economy is leading issue in Sunshine State
Media coverage:
Miami Herald
Sun Sentinel-“Broward Politics” blog
Sunshine State News
Daytona Beach News-Journal
International Business Times
Florida Today

Suffolk University/7News (WSVN-Miami) Poll – May 9, 2012
President Barack Obama is clinging to a 1-point lead over Republican Mitt Romney in Florida, 46 percent to 45 percent, with 7 percent undecided.
Media Coverage:
WSVN-TV
CNN
U.S. News & World Report
Time
MSNBC “The Maddow Blog”
The Hill
Sunshine State News
Los Angeles Times
Chicago Tribune
Washington Post
The National Journal
Tampa Tribune
Orlando Sentinel
Sun Sentinel
Morning Express
WPTV, West Palm Beach, Fla.
WBBH, Fort Myers, Fla.
WJXT, Jacksonville, Fla.
FOX News, Palm Beach, Fla.
WDCW-TV
KSWB-TV
KIAH-TV
WXIN-TV
KCPQ-TV
KSCW-TV

Suffolk University National Poll Shows Obama Leading Romney by 10 Points – March 26, 2012
Majority says health care law has neutral or positive effect on their lives, while 34 percent want act repealed.
Media mentions:
FoxTV– March 29, 2012
NECN– March 29, 2012
Reuters
The New York Times
USA Today
Boston.com “Political Intelligence”
Washington Post
Boston Herald
MassLive
The Hill
Political Wire
TPM
National Journal
The Atlantic
Hartford Courant
Augusta Free Press
Morning Call, Allentown, Penn.
KFOR, Oklahoma City
WXZO, Kalamazoo, Mich.
WSAU, Wausau,Wis.
KDAL, Duluth, Minn.
KWGN, Denver, Co.
WTAQ, Green Bay, Wis.

Suffolk University poll – March 5, 2012
Ohio Poll Shows Santorum Edging Romney
Santorum connects on political views, while Romney seen strong vs. Obama
Media Coverage:
NPR
MSNBC
CNN
Reuters
United Press International
Associated Press
Boston Globe
Boston Herald
Boston.com

CBS News
NECN
The Hill
Washington Post

Suffolk University/7News (WHDH TV) poll – Feb. 16, 2012
Republican Scott Brown has a 9-point lead over Democrat Elizabeth Warren. Sixty percent of voters see benefit of Massachusetts’ having both a Democrat and a Republican in U.S. Senate.
Media Coverage:
WHDH-TV, The Hiller Instinct
Boston Globe
Boston.com
MassLive
NPR “It’s All Politics”
CNN
Wall Street Journal “Washington Wire”
Politico
Time “The Page”
Bloomberg Business Week
Washington Post “The Fix”
Wall Street Journal – Political Diary
NECN
CBS Boston - WBZ Radio
Additional Electronic Media Coverage

 

Suffolk University/7News N.H. Tracking Polls
Jan. 1 to Jan. 10, 2012

Jan. 10, 2012 - Romney Headed for Near-20-Point Win in New Hampshire

Electronic Media Coverage

Wall Street Journal
The Hill
USA Today
CNN – Political Ticker
Politico
New York Magazine
Huffington Post
Daily Beast
Salon
Associated Press
Bloomberg Business Week
Washington Post
Boston Globe
Nashua, N.H. Telegraph
Texas Insider
Terra
Augusta Free Press, Waynesboro, Va.

Jan. 9, 2012 - Romney Drops Two More Points, But Likely Won’t Be Caught

Electronic Media Coverage

New York Times
Wall Street Journal
CNN – Political Ticker
Bloomberg Business Week
Wall Street Journal
USA Today
MassLive
U.S. News & World Report
Boston Globe
CBS Boston
Manila Times
Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Palm Beach Post
San Francisco Chronicle
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Digital Journal

Jan. 8, 2012 - Romney Continues to Slip in New Hampshire, Now At 35 Percent

Electronic Media Coverage

New York Times
USA Today
Boston Herald
Politico
The State Column
Washington Examiner
The Globe and Mail
National Journal
New York Post
Washington Times
Newsday
Miami Herald
State, Columbia, S.C.
Belleville News Democrat, Illinois
Wichita Eagle
Manchester,N.H. Independent Examiner

Jan. 7, 2012 - Santorum Hits Plateau, Slips to Fourth

Electronic Media Coverage

The Hill
Bangkok Post
Saratogian – N.Y.
Pocono Record
Arab Times
Birmingham News
Alaska Highway News
National Journal
Deseret News

Jan. 6, 2012 - Santorum Continues to Climb in Granite State

Electronic Media Coverage

Wall Street Journal
New York Times
Bloomberg
CNN – Political Ticker
U.S. News & World Report
New York Times
PBS Newshour
Boston Globe
Washington Times
Washington Post
Irish Times
National Post, Canada
The Christian Science Monitor
Voice of America
The New Republic
National Journal
Orlando Sentinel
Houston Chronicle

Jan. 5, 2012 - Paul, Santorum Pick Up Iowa Bounce among N.H. GOP Voters

Electronic Media Coverage

New York Times
USA Today
Wall Street Journal
Boston Globe
CNN – Political Ticker
Politico
UPI
International Business Times
Investor’s Business Daily
Washington Post
The Hill
The Guardian
Los Angeles Times
Philadelphia Inquirer
Miami Herald
Ft. Worth-Star Telegram

Jan. 4, 2012 - Huntsman and Paul Lose Ground
to "Undecided" among N.H. GOP Voters


Electronic Media Coverage


New York Times
Wall Street Journal
BBC
The Huffington Post
The State Column
Washington Times
Philadelphia Inquirer
Montreal Gazette
Agenzia Giornalistica Italia
The Saudi Gazette
Nashua Telegraph
Washington Post
Seattle Times
St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Jan. 3, 2012 - Romney Holds Steady at 43 Percent among N.H. GOP Voters

Electronic Media Coverage

Wall Street Journal
Bloomberg Business Week

Jan. 2, 2012 - N.H. GOP Voters Making a Romney Resolution

Electronic Media Coverage

Reuters
Concord, N.H. Monitor
The Daily Caller
Utah Pulse
Salt Lake Tribune

Jan. 1, 2012 - N.H. GOP Voters Opting for Mitt Romney
Politico
Boston Globe
Political Wire