Voters cast the 2016 election's first primary votes in New Hampshire on Tuesday.
But New Hampshire is much friendlier territory for real-estate magnate Donald Trump, who heads into the votes with a commanding, double-digit lead.
In the Democratic primary, meanwhile, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) has continued to surge. After a narrow loss to the front-runner, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, in Iowa, Sanders is poised to capture victory in the Granite State. Clinton still holds a sizable, if shrinking, lead in national polls.
Here's another look at who has the best chance of making it to the White House to succeed President Barack Obama.
Our rankings are based on the Real Clear Politics averages of national polls and those in states of New Hampshire and South Carolina. We also factored in the candidates' delegate count and their finish in Iowa, as well their momentum (or lack thereof) over the past few weeks.
Since Iowa, four candidates have dropped out of the race: former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee (R), Sen. Rand Paul (R-Kentucky), former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Pennsylvania), and former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley (D).
Here's a look at where all the candidates stand.
All poll results as of Monday.
And to the polls: Here's a look at where the candidates stand in their respective parties when combining their delegate totals and their standing in national, New Hampshire, and South Carolina polls.
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