Hamden Mayor Tim Herbst, one of the state’s rising Republican leaders and Kenneth Kennedy, a former longer Hartford city councilman joined Stan Simpson and continues to talk about Round One of the presidential Great Debate is over.
Clinton has 7-point edge in New Hampshire post-debate
Clinton is ahead of Trump by 7 points in New Hampshire, according to another new poll taken after the first presidential debate.
The WBUR poll, released Friday, found Clinton with 42% support to Trump's 35%, while Johnson draws a substantial 13% in the four-way race.
Four out of five likely voters in New Hampshire said they watched the debate between Clinton and Trump -- 59% of those said that Clinton won, compared to 19% who gave Trump the win. While just over half said that the debate "made no difference" in how they would vote, 27% said the debate made them more likely to vote for Clinton, ahead of the 13% of said it would make them more inclined to vote for Trump.