With just a day to go before the New Hampshire primary, Mitt Romney's huge lead in the polls is starting to disappear.
The Washington Post reports that Romney is still the leader in the Suffolk/7News two-day tracking poll that was taken over the weekend, topping his opponents with 33% of the vote. But just two days before that he had 39%. And a week ago he had 41%.
Ron Paul is second in the current poll with 20%, followed by Jon Huntsman (13%), Newt Gingrich (11%) and Rick Santorum (10%).
Most other polls mirror this one, with Romney likely prevailing on Tuesday, but not by the wide margin that had been predicted as recently as a week ago.