(CNN) — An early read of a New Hampshire rematch between Joe Biden and Donald Trump gives the incumbent president the advantage, amid signs that anger toward Trump could outweigh dampened enthusiasm for another Biden term, according to a new CNN/University of New Hampshire poll. About 6 in 10 New Hampshire residents, 62%, say they would be dissatisfied or worse if
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