Bernie Sanders Climbs to Double-Digit Lead Over Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire

Bernie Sanders is pulling away in the polls in New Hampshire.

Over the last six weeks, Sanders has surged up 10 points, while Clinton has dropped 12 points.

It’s part of a larger downward trend for Clinton over the last several months, as her use of a personal email server during her tenure as secretary of state continues to dominate the headlines. Her leads in both Iowa and New Hampshire have disappeared.

Still, Clinton maintains a strong lead over Sanders nationally. Two national polls released this morning from Fox News and Quinnipiac show Clinton ahead by 14 and 18 points, respectively.

But it’s very early in the race: Only a quarter say they have made up their minds on a candidate and almost half say they are still trying to decide who to support.