Polls Offer Daily Tracking of New Hampshire Primary

1/16/2004

Every morning at 6:30 a.m. on "7NEWS Today in New England" (M-F, 5-7 a.m.) leading up to the New Hampshire Primary on Tuesday, January 27, 7NEWS Political Editor Andy Hiller will have daily tracking polls of the campaigns and how the candidates rank. Live from the 7NEWS Bureau in New Hampshire, Hiller will have his finger on the pulse of the election and provide the most up-to-the-minute statistics thanks to 7NEWS' exclusive polling partnership with Suffolk University. Suffolk University will be conducting these daily tracking surveys, which have proven to have laser-like accuracy in the past.

Then, on "7NEWS at Noon" (M-F, 12– 1 p.m.), Hiller will be back with the demographic breakdown of the morning tracking poll. Serving the role of expert political pollster, David Paleologos, director of Suffolk University's Political Research Center (SUPRC), will join Hiller to examine the trends.

The survey results will be broadcast on WHDH-TV and posted on both the Suffolk University website (www.suffolk.edu) and the WHDH-TV website (www.whdh.com). For more detailed information, Suffolk adjunct professor David Paleologos is available for comment and can be reached at 781-290-9310.

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Suffolk University, located on Boston's historic Beacon Hill, with campuses in Madrid, Spain and Dakar, Senegal (Africa) is a comprehensive global institution distinguished by its teaching and the intellectual contributions of its faculty. Suffolk offers a wide range of undergraduate and graduate programs in more than 70 areas of study. Its mission is to provide quality education at a reasonable cost for students of all ages and backgrounds, with strong emphasis on diversity. Suffolk has a combined enrollment of more than 7,500 full-time and part-time students at its Law School, College of Arts and Sciences and Sawyer School of Management.

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