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New Hampshire: Beating Barack

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Republicans in New Hampshire go to the polls later in the second stage of their selection of a presidential candidate.

But can the eventual winner beat Barack Obama in the autumn?

If they are going to win one of the driving forces behind their success is going to be the capturing of the blue collar vote, particularly among white voters.

North America correspondent Jonny Dymond reports.


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