The latest WMUR Granite State Poll, conducted by the University of New Hampshire Survey Center, shows Mitt Romney leading the other potential GOP candidates for the White House. 36 percent of those polled say they will vote for Romeny in the New Hampshire primary.
Donal Trump is second in the poll with support of 11 percent of those polled. Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani is third with support from seven percent of those polled. Mike Huckabee is polling at six percent followed by Ron Paul (six percent) and Sarah Palin (four percent). GOP Rep. Michele Bachmann is getting support from four percent of those polled.
Tim Pawlenty is tied for last in the poll with Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels. They are both receiving two percent in the poll.
You can read the full poll here.
The article doesn't say it but reading the poll shows that Gov. Pawlenty's level of support with Republicans doesn't even break out of the poll's margin or error. This continues a trend that has run, almost uninterrupted, for several months. These kind of 'hometown, favorite son' articles really won't be newsworthy until the Governor's support starts to exceed the Big MOE.