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Poll: Tight Contests in the Granite State

Meanwhile, the race in the state's Second District, which is yet another 2010 rematch, remains close. Democrat Ann McLane Kuster and GOP Rep. Charlie Bass are running neck-and-neck, with Kuster ahead, 38 percent to 35 percent. The size of the subsample in this race was also small -- just 211 likely voters -- and results carry a margin of error of plus-or-minus 6.7 percentage points. The percentage of undecideds in Bass's district increased, from 16 percent last month, to 25 percent now. The poll was conducted Oct. 1-6. The statewide sample consists of 419 likely voters.

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