The Hill: Clinton wins by 2 points in NH, NH GOP routs Clinton

New Hampshire is a toss-up, but a new poll shows Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton holding a lead of two points over Republican challenger Donald Trump in the state.

In a New Hampshire survey by Public Policy Polling, Clinton has a 10-point lead over Trump among likely voters and a 15-point advantage among likely Republican voters.

The poll is the first of several this month that show Clinton ahead in the Granite State.

The poll, conducted Tuesday, shows Clinton holding an eight-point edge over Trump in NH.

That’s up from her eight- point advantage over Trump nationally in October.

The margin of error is plus or minus 3.5 percentage points.

Clinton leads Trump by 9 percentage points among women and by 4 points among men.

Clinton’s lead over her Republican opponent in NH is larger than the margin of victory Trump has recorded in the presidential race since winning the GOP nomination.

Trump has won the state by 9 points.

A new poll from Public Policy has also found Trump trailing in NH among likely Trump voters.

Clinton leads Trump in every demographic group in NH except women.

Among those voters, Clinton leads by 4 percentage points and by 3 points among voters who have a high school education or less, and by 5 points among those who have earned a college degree.

Trump leads Clinton among independents and moderates by 2 percentage points, the poll shows.

The Republican candidate leads Clinton by 5 percentage points in the NH state by state breakdown.

Trump has a 20-point leads over Clinton among white voters in NH and is leading by 16 points among white NH residents.

The GOP nominee leads Clinton in NH by 7 points among Hispanic voters.

Trump is ahead of Clinton by 9 point among African American voters.

The Public Policy poll surveyed 726 likely voters from Oct. 20 to Oct. 26, surveying the views of 1,955 likely voters statewide.

The survey was conducted on behalf of Public Policy by Hart Research Associates.

Public Policy is a Republican-leaning pollster.