Presidential candidate Mitt Romney leads the rest of the GOP field by double-digits in New Hampshire with just over 2 weeks until the first-in-the-nation primary, according to a new Boston Globe poll released Christmas Sunday. 

Among the state's likely Republican voters, Romney leads with 39 percentage points over rivals Newt Gingrich, and Ron Paul who are tied with 17 percent each. Jon Huntsman has 11 percent of support from likely GOP Granite state voters.   However, the newspaper notes that only 26% of the GOP voters said they have decided on a candidate to vote for on the January 10th election.

While it remains a fluid race in Iowa, which holds the nation's first Caucuses on January 3rd, Romney has lead in every single 2012 poll taken in the Granite state.

The survey was conducted between December 12th through 19th among 543 likely Republican primary voters. The polls has a margin of error of plus or minus 4.2%