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Bernie Sanders is the only 2016 Presidential with Net Favorable Poll Results in both Iowa and New Hampshire

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opednews.com Headlined to H3 7/27/15

Among all registered voters in these two presidential battleground states, the NBC-Marist polls finds that almost all of the major presidential candidates are unpopular - and that's especially true for Clinton.

The favorable/unfavorable scores in Iowa among all registered voters:

Sanders +3 (30 percent/27 percent)

Rubio -1 (31 percent/32 percent)

Walker -1 (30 percent/31 percent)

Bush -12 (34 percent/46 percent)

Clinton -19 (37/56 percent)

Trump -28 (32 percent/60 percent)

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The favorable/unfavorable scores in New Hampshire:

Sanders +12 (41 percent/29 percent)

Bush -5 (40 percent/45 percent)

Walker -6 (28 percent/34 percent)

Rubio -6 (28 percent/34 percent)

Clinton -20 (37 percent/57 percent)

Trump -40 (27 percent/67 percent)

Obama isn't popular, either


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