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It's Mitt Romney and the rest as candidates debate in New Hampshire

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Mitt Romney is a tentative national front-runner but a decided favorite in New Hampshire as the GOP candidates prepare to debate there Monday night.

A University of New Hampshire survey conducted for the Boston Globe finds the former Massachusetts governor with 41% support among likely Republican voters in the first-in-the-nation primary, with Rudolph W. Giuliani -- not yet a candidate -- a distant second at 9%.

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