The New Hampshire Primary 2016 live stream online poll results and TV event coverage arrives Tuesday night from a snowy Northeastern state. The big event currently features Republican frontrunner Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders each with leads, but recent news reports indicate their closest competitors are gaining support. The Iowa caucuses already showed some possibly surprising results, but what will tonight’s polls reveal? The 2016 New Hampshire Primary live streaming results coverage comes via a variety of networks across the country.
According to CNN’s report on Feb. 8, right now Donald Trump has the support of 31 percent of Republicans in CNN’s “Poll of Polls,” while Marco Rubio is at 15 percent and Ted Cruz, 13 percent. Rubio has already achieved victory at the Iowa caucus and will now try to go for both states. Rubio has reportedly moved up four points since the previous New Hampshire Poll of Polls was administered. Apparently, he has been part of a four-person race to grab second-place in the state for a while now, with Cruz, John Kasich and Jeb Bush also part of the contenders for the spot.
The Poll of Polls has Vermont Gov. Bernie Sanders as the leading choice of Democrats in the state with 54 percent, while former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is at 40 percent. The good news for Clinton is that she was previously at 37 percent, compared to 55 percent for Sanders. That shows that she has gained some ground on Sanders, but may still not have enough to win the state. At the Iowa caucuses, the Democratic voting had been declared a virtual tie, with some precincts even flipping a coin to determine the winner.
CNN has noted that New Hampshire is known as a state that is “notoriously late-deciding” when it comes to their voting. Basically, the pollsters tend to want to be closer to Election Day in order to prevent looking wrong should there be a “late swing” in one candidate’s direction. Various online sportsbooks offer odds on aspects of the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election and as of right now, Paddy Power has Sanders at huge 1 to 80 odds to win tonight versus Clinton at 16 to 1. Meanwhile, businessman Donald Trump is a 10 to 1 favorite for the Republican candidates compared to 7 to 1 for John Kasich. Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush are both tied at 14 to 1 odds to win the Republican Primary.
Tuesday’s New Hampshire Primary results coverage will begin as early as 6 p.m. Eastern Time at certain networks, such as ABC News which goes until midnight ET with “Your Voice, Your Vote.” Other networks or channels to check for coverage are CNN with “America’s Choice 2016” and Fox News’ “America’s Election HQ” hosted by Bret Baier and Megyn Kelly starting at 8 p.m. ET. For live streaming online viewing of the various specials, cable and satellite subscribers with ABC News, CNN, MSNBC and Fox News access on their respective websites or mobile apps, should be able to see live feeds. Sirius XM Satellite Radio listeners may find coverage on channels 124 to 127 for various political talk channels.