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Bachmann makes a big jump

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(CNN) - New Hampshire Republicans gave Michele Bachmann the greatest bump among declared and potential Repubican candidates in a new poll.

The Suffolk University/7NEWS poll of likely New Hampshire primary voters released Tuesday night showed Mitt Romney on top with 36 percent support. Although he jumped one point since May, Bachmann, at 11 percent jumped eight points.

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The Minnesota congresswoman announced her candidacy Monday in Iowa and has since taken her campaign to the first-in-the-nation primary state of New Hampshire.

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