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Romney Trails in New Hampshire; Sununu Calls Polling "Garbage"

Editors' note: this post was authored by Cortney O'Brien.

The 75th Governor of New Hampshire and current Romney adviser John Sununu had strong words for a recent WMUR/University of New Hampshire poll that shows Obama winning handily with 54 percent of the vote to Romney’s 39 percent.

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On The Daily Rundown with Chuck Todd on MSNBC, Sununu claimed the survey was skewed.

"I believe it's head-to-head in New Hampshire,” Sununu said. "I've seen enough other polls to tell you that that is a piece of garbage."

Sununu continued to dismiss the poll, expressing full confidence in his candidate.

"This race in New Hampshire will be won by Mitt Romney by 2 to 3 points," Mr. Sununu said. "I've said that all along, and I'm willing to say that publicly and stick by it, and I know that that poll [of] 15 points is absolutely invalid."

The former New Hampshire governor remained optimistic about Romney’s chances, referring to the Carter-Reagan 1980 campaign to show how elections can be won in the last couple of months, especially with three upcoming debates.

“There’s a lot that can happen in five weeks.”

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