Republican front-runner Donald Trump is greeted by camera-wielding supporters as he stops by a polling station in Manchester, New Hampshire. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump stopped by the polling station at Webster Elementary School in Manchester, New Hampshire on Tuesday (February 9). He was met by chants of "Trump, Trump, Trump" and was asked numerous times for a photo opportunity with voters. Donald Trump is battling to stay ahead of a charging field of Republican rivals in New Hampshire, and Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders is seeking a big win over Hillary Clinton as long lines of voters suggest a heavy turnout for the state's first-in-the-nation presidential primary. Trump is under pressure to deliver a victory after he was beaten in the first nominating contest - the Iowa caucuses on Feb. 1 - by Texas Senator Ted Cruz despite having had a big lead in pre-caucus polls. Trump posted a video on Facebook urging his supporters to vote. A WMUR-CNN poll on Monday showed Trump leading in New Hampshire with the support of 31 percent of those planning to vote in the Republican primary. Rubio was second at 17 percent, followed by Cruz at 14 percent and Kasich at 10 percent, with a margin of error of plus or minus 5.2 percentage points. Bush and former tech executive Carly Fiorina trailed in the single digits.