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In New Hampshire, wary voters want to go outside the status quo

They've swung behind two candidates, attracted by their vague promises to make America great again

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JUST TRUST ME: Mr Sanders (above) says he'll bring on a "political revolution" that would remake Congress so that it is friendlier to his ideas. Mr Trump says "we're gonna get such great deals".
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JUST TRUST ME: Mr Sanders says he'll bring on a "political revolution" that would remake Congress so that it is friendlier to his ideas. Mr Trump (above) says "we're gonna get such great deals".

Concord, New Hampshire

PETROL is at US$1.76 per gallon in New Hampshire. The nation's unemployment rate has just hit an eight-year low.

Obviously, this is a country in dire need of a big change, said Charles Pewitt, 47, a New Hampshire businessman standing inside a political rally