Final ARG poll of New Hampshire: Romney 37% (-3), Huntsman 18% (+1), Paul 17% (+1), Santorum 11 (+1)

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Mitt Romney leads the final American Research Group 2012 New Hampshire Republican Presidential Preference Primary survey with 37%. Jon Huntsman is in second place with 18%. Huntsman is followed closely by Ron Paul with 17%. Rick Santorum is in fourth place with 11% and Santorum is followed closely by Newt Gingrich with 10%.

Romney leads among registered Republicans with 46%, followed by Paul with 15%, Huntsman with 13%, and Gingrich and Santorum with 10% each. Huntsman and Romney lead among undeclared voters (independents) with 25% each, followed by Paul with 20%, Santorum with 13%, and Gingrich with 10%.

Romney leads among Tea Party supporters with 29%, followed by Paul with 22%, Gingrich with 19%, and Santorum with 18%. Among those likely Republican primary voters saying they are not Tea Party supporters or that they are undecided about the Tea Party, Romney leads with 40%, followed by Huntsman with 25%, and Paul with 15%.

Romney leads among men with 31%, followed with Paul at 20%, Huntsman with 19%, Gingrich with 12%, and Santorum with 11%. Romney leads among women with 43%, followed by Huntsman with 17%, Paul with 14%, and Santorum with 12%.

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