brown and know the terrain here. >> scott, thanks for coming on the show from the globe. let me ask you about the voteser in new hampshire. to me, two kinds of voters in new hampshire. the old yankee type, minority, used to be up there in big numbers, and the irish italian guy because he didn't like massachusetts. tell me your notion of the character of the voter of the electorate of republican new hampshirites. >> i think a lot of people are looking for an alternative to the front-runners from iowa. they're looking to say this is a whole different state. we decide a different way. we're not really interested in a ted cruz. he's not -- this is not a religious state. they don't look to god to know how to vote. i don't think marco rubio seems light. i think every time you watch him, he runs instantly for the stump speech and starts repeating practice lines. he's not really a new hampshire type. there are voters that want someone reasonable, economically and fiscally has some experience. isn't such a programmed candidate. honestly, i think john kasich is an overlooked story.
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