now in new hampshire his tale has become one of a potential front-runner as voters feel the burn. >> young people are sick of the same old same old, and he's providing a fresh message.
north of there, 4 to 5 inches of snow, southern new hampshire. 4 to 5 inches of snow right on the water's edge of the south coast on to the cape and upper cape and east of hyannis. it's 1 to 3 inches. there chris, more on the travel. roads go downhill, foxborough, worcester county, the city of worcester where we have seen the morning. that continues to overspread.
iowa is history, and now new hampshire is getting ready the make some of its own. the candidates are coming, or they arrived overnight. and a week before new hampshire votes, republican donald trump and democrat bernie sanders are both big leaders here, though only one of them won in iowa last night. despite his disappointing finish in the caucus, donald trump is still the leader here with 38%. ted cruz is second with 14% and marco rubio is third with 10%. john kasich and jeb bush both have 9%. the rest of the republicans are in low single digits. chris christie 5%, ben carson
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