A new poll by Suffolk University indicates the Romney firewall in New Hampshire is holding.
That poll also shows Rick Santorum may already be enjoying a very small "Iowa Bounce".
Here the news release:
Mitt Romney is holding firm with 43 percent of likely voters, easily outdistancing his nearest rivals among likely New Hampshire Republican Primary voters, according to a Suffolk University/7NEWS two-day tracking poll of likely voters in New Hampshire’s GOP presidential primary.
The poll showed Romney maintaining his lead with 43 percent of the vote, followed by Ron Paul (16 percent), Jon Huntsman (10 percent), and Newt Gingrich (9 percent), while Rick Santorum (5 percent) has moved ahead of Michele Bachmann and Rick Perry, who had 2 percent each.
Thirteen percent of voters remain undecided, down from 15 percent yesterday.